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PAGE TWO B UtB 1D0S 1I1V04 Ml VVM.MM.M I.MIMIIII: 10. i-.'.-,.: Qahib tfaltwg CROSSWI! ia %  '*• STAKS -wVtaV %  I -ll. M-trueuI of ihr -. intransi' %  J i HAM) .f %  M M it I p.ir II,,,,,. ll, In.! O, >,,„ M O r ] %  %  %  -ihnc utfoug] •• %  *< %  %  Mi %  JJ>f Bool bo %  %  %  CkHMmm* b ll,. H /. on \iid1 I M, • i ., %  ,, %  ntitia i ami no i Hoillil .i* Mm laiurence %  i.nd foui m i Ml v. i i \I !. Y-:.| 1M Ave llellev war he *M MII H.A.F navigator He am IPOrtDJ Wtlh ",. Aluminum Union Mr! with OACM off the Ibwid. Curih Tour A UUVII* mum bt ii w i \ rrom %  dk Mi R Oroom OOd, Export Mai-ni'i %  %  ( Allen {Hid HanhuryLtd.. manuhwturtng > hrmlu tnd makerof surgical iMtnilMtlll i.nd hoapri i.f London. Fjigland. Mr. Greenwood Who will !%  her** until Thursday .ii a guest %  t the OcajH Vim How -. making a gcm-i.il surv1-iKh. III th. I Ii %  MmaU what ilu> situation Ll with ihjaitl %  tod with iii other entails From Bart i i i* going on to -I" %  'uiniiiu to London. FT Tnul'I niom GPM/R*PM < %  M R P. I. WAl.rorr. M C 9 left MSWT(IKV BMIfBtBI bj SMU.A. for Trinidad en route to o da Janlro la attend lha Biennial Conference <.f ih a ii to Baruol*li'i:-uri' Trip %  %  U %  I W LA II-rt l,„ CkH$imm %  I A fr %  %  Havk f nun I %  •ni-ziu'lii Marenol %  %  %  %  -*trtr David A:i| I i "hriatmai %  % %  */n nl I if U..AM ;> ol tii %  %  %  %  Unvk I • lid Finance ): -• Vnnuiil Ihiliiluy S hohdaj with r.i (; M.Ken/ie. non of Mt am* 1 I i: M Ki ... In,Rank 1 ll v. bj "WIA D v. he ha* %  % %  Mi iha pa Mr lie Keni t month t Ol IM.h III! eaDAV %  —J—a—J -*—-—-—-— t ,ttl .UN f J I U-L ':;ixn "-%  r.__ %  *""• %  '• —iwrf. .,.., Mlaa H.'*nin* ui iM'ni n I '" "''•* % %  %  %  B,, l Dnatw-' *"'"'' tl fur Bllof.-^l '.[>,. "*• Ml > '.M**. M M _, IP %  "** ' 1 *V ft K^L,"' ?•""" HIWTKRS Nairobi %  ii %  I %  M*a elite (1 dinner %  i 1. I I I % it,, t, \KIILN— -i Juan M1|N.. .1 \ON ..\iai. am t IHN %  %  %  l. Tua it i k i head of the i iespoa i De| artmanl I*I the Shall Carfl) 1 Mm. Koberu la a gueat at thr Hirtel To Jiimnien M BS HAY DA SILVA %  % %  i ovct the week-end by R.W.I.A. I nl the latt %  Ceorgle 1 1 trie Roy d R.iok "f b Aw i/.„f//i M R. JAMES RIRKET: %  %  %  i aturnad to Curacao ta HWl\ on Monday ling i lita ir tlw / in Triniilnrf !/ % %  > %  / M il PRBD IIURKKI ;:..j B ttcoos I il< to take part let % %  Cbrlitnaga i % % %  Will taVe plnre at Par! Savannah M i %  i %  an Raflnarj In Caraeaa, in Baibadoa foi hoUdaj ii' Sutiiiday evening by H W I A i ponied ''> bla wtfl fanl dauahter Jarriuellne and 15 ifh Club \ i %  i' on Salurda> brOan ..nd Mrs. KILIH|UC B tier, frit l) I and Mr mid Mr Q It I Brauilk who will be ll Oci .in V H i I it I ran i I M JACX BAYLSt %  %  I UhhranaJ Agenc Uhrasafl i thmuKh Barb %  k-and on %  I u I (-lands. Mi n turnon I'li'l... • • • L KW W Ini^. ..n i ipul %  i i B W I \ Ii for the i %  %  BY THE WAY . Ily Heaeheomber W HAT kind <.f .i |;i. Fmilenough. is Hu m.it, i about her .ind then %  %  loi a ifl mi ludo tiii ninney"" It IV llM I lltdl \V^V M,., | lit U that in HO offanaiva,'* rapUad Vlu %  "Without your numiy." said %  uppoaa I could afford to buy you jewelthao 1 1 lovr your mi,in arould help •I > t., makf > ...i i %  1 wish t .ould belleA'c you." aald Vlu Brevti I i.ften wish I could believe rinself %  leplled Foulennugh. Thv ermkm fM* O NF who vlgns hlms. U eua" gnurag me thai my aurpne at rea,, i, 1 %  i.. %  %  torfCl thr ll Flairto where GtaCOB I that a thing iv onlv crool see it crooked Whtrcupou l %  iwaafca nai noaa vmlcntlj. ii)itiK 'I w|h to act H cM-.ke.i-' But What i nil 'hito Spaj tfoil/pvn rt'atly mrrr T HE time draws near wlm. Uv Saucy Air* FfoMr. r. %  | i •mad flotilla, will nava to tx Unvad to bar last home an< broken tip l^t roe add thjt then %  i nd nothing i|i unless tha n taken in h.mil very soon Mrs. Withers) that ev ,...-., ii .HI ihi gaaaD MI up by itn I %  T the rotten itructun Bli Rwart Hodgna] hroni the Loto-roa i-..*er rtOUaa; "Use more glue was acted upon to lbs. wlthai unlgp Ahou' lour beus, -he *ixnalled Call 'o bulk%  > ad *o the long epic wears Ii grading; close. short ttmry U RSULAI Ursuirrllacryran) The girl took not the •Uflj tic*. Mi Q| u .i i .... ttrrastaani i ,i i.i...i sn\. XltlH %  1. IHI ( • .itll.M, i.. M-n.ii,.n arHJ "OMW* M t. M\| I .f-O-.u rulo. M \ 5 Bird. 1 l*rlured. .1*1 i? Ssa.-irO'. urj. <3i mu riiid Mialtar .1. I4i W. PfoOt*JrMiti it •rXirdai %  *y*; 17, SNI i~..^-... it.,. %  ADVOCATE BRIDGE Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spemi II"" I ..i H a Raa. The bigger the purchase the It. tter the Gift. LOUIS L. BAYLEY Ol Ki.llun InnJOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney trouble A f ocnfi of the ktdaeva to MBiuU hanaatal uapanues from the vyatem. If the kiaaiya grow li-.iggwh. thet unpunUca m Mrtirila• %  <*• mitd accaaiuUtF and ecttte. and bece*ne a canea of pain and •uffering ID |oint and muaciea. The way to tackle the root of the uonble %  a to help the kidn-/*. They should be toned ap with De Witt %  Pills the medicine OMtda apaciaUy (or Una parpoae. Dc Witt's PUli have %  soothing, clomoauig and aaua sptit actwn on the kidneys that / brings them back to perform their %  natural function properly De Will's PUla are a very well-tried remedy Tbry are sold all oear the world and we have many tetters from sufferers telling of rohef gamed, after years of aaffenna after taking De Wins Pills They act on the kidneys quickly. Why not try them for your trouble? Co to your chemist and obtain a supply to-day De Witts Pills art fnaet isectsly foi BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA OUR GUARANTEE De Witt's Pills are made under strictly hygienic conditions ana the ingredients all conform to rigid standaids of purity DE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Troubles / rljrriion Ctay %  >ealer Fast turn, ill I.. I I Hill 111 %  %  II i ii nm \*i -i u M ia. II %  %  %  inagani -t.,s i .1 in. ll', T-'ltAl Load U. ha .omo-' d> %  I no — l-inl I*. v. rttly u* i ihrna* lO •*Listening Hours W— H n ni Al in i i Mm a is iaat i> , TW Maws, io I'I HM i OnV*f B i %  as HI %  *II i'M auti K p m — %  11 p n. uaairi. Cbaaw. %  p m asaru I I p ill Tttr Nl v ... i i-. I*. is sijau. aniu I ll i I m M*> I .omr In. I II p Ivwarerl I JO |i n I •a. a i i a p in Jsm It. mt. to ia p m rr... as 10 ii i> .> M.d .+ Talk K Q 10 a 7 4 3 muddied raj" jf %  i! tak.na -lie ^uDw-r or • %  Araaa doun.'-i ila One Club sail. Iforui ltd Ev bid One 1 \ Ii .1 o| X/WO UIUOB KOH'C tistihe ot I'.---Wer.t eontrar: % %  ne to 0S.U I' lb ad %  *. Tl %  %  N Truusi' I T-'ling v Wo>; alao paaanB ou< a Ui Md One t)V|e 1 n aaae O acam i i .li:#d bi No-tn n %  >tf Ttiree No-TTum" -> ri'i.wie'-'-i,•rt Wast. This wen' Mm "i aa. i win be psaaaad • VICTOR F DENARO. Saturday Night QALA ^ RE.OPENINQ UAH MOM, \\ Pleaie Dial 4000 for Dinner and Table Reservaliom lOIIAI. RBBBf 11.rn ha. horn Msai Mr%. S H. Slaitlon Miinueer.'Vi I'honi,1172 I.IIAMOIMIO.M. Ill I OIIIIS <>nl\ 50 DlOfd I" ClCKM VOU can BAVd these at J I for SI.IHI CENTRAL EMPORIUM em Broad ft Tudor Sis. Lll li MARLENE TOKYO FILE 212 rVars. %  '!" .m a i P ,„ Mi %  %  | %  THE BLUE LAMF Oh THC LOOSE !> Jaan FVANK A MtXCAK HAYRIDF TABZAN S PERIL ii QOI i %  i ui i gmM %  gain -ii vi a ra\n~ Whip WIIJM • 1 ,-. iao< i i \< i %  %  HKIIK.KTOIVN i ill! LOOM 1 WAGONMASTER Urn lain • sll BI 4 45 a Hja p m -Mt ooitat Oil 1^-,. cionrKv Bowery Boyi and %  sn via TsvnJlrii> WAKBI.V %  g CAMEBON I FOffT OSAGE ReHHAI I III ilHI S Mil -I i HI i ii av SAMSON AND DELI 1411 as tfour : . s> a ais i I %  assa %  SAMSON ANL DELILAH Techn eolon *tiirrin( Hr<0 Umm ROYAL T.. ti.a T „,,,.• •* NO uoia MI ion Wlih Dun Annehr Myina Lay and an.i H oowgdn w.th It ,1 AWHi.lt A I,, i cash rrldsy rnnlji Dauble II iiiian 1 1 DANOI Hoi mormaBioh Wild THf IVORY HUNTER a a Olll"NII-HIMI I ( Vli.nl .KATIE DID IT and inr DAKOTA UP ')|>min aa a • *i Unlventll Dniibtr I OMAN) Ml in i and I I I I I CRF.TONNFS I l.nHIKI ll. 4k Ins IM'I BfaOM iTRTAIN I.AIFS Hiim OOTVOM -iti i N H •• VVHIII *(llllN SHIFTS ( OMU RFP IIFMS :M WI1ITK COTTON SHIFTS NO v lil Sti J'l ,v. si, M •viv,v/////.'-w, .v'/>'/.*.v,a | wv.'/i'I COLOI KM) III Ms N s S6.M Hlliri: sunns N \ IN S7.7! PI.AIV WHITI I'll.l.llH ( \sl.s He & 98... U'HITK Pll.l OS < ASIS COLOURED MSMS *l.ll I IIIKK MATT'tl ss. s :i fi. -i, n :i li. r, i„s hSU I fl. li in. S24.UO f. I OBI in li\i AMI TOMORROW 4.45 A 30 II 1YI Hilt IO IHi>IS [CORNEL wTLXOt • GENX TIlftNKYl god %  •RBIU ISiilHM ittlCARDO MONTABLANt Openin. FRIIIAV A New Double IMIM Hill III K TO KMH K %  Rieh.u %  Widmnrkl AND KIIIKN Ol Mil. It.WN illale IU>ba j|g O Bl YES.'.' These are some Items for the Home . Suuccpuns-Aluminium and I -ii-inul Cups l'rcssure Cookers PRINCI OP 'SfaeudOft* T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) I YOUR SHOP STORE ^_^-_^ _____ **"_____ 4,?n I !" „R0D CAMERON JANE NIGH cimco ios DAT A SATDBDAT .45 A B.3 p.m 4/ 4-OISTIN IDIAL 6404) %  The CORNER STORE FOtt .V.ff.l.S SHOWIXi. Icing Tubes Icing Sets Patlie Pans i;.., H in pans Kiovrs—2 & 3 Burners i in ii" Table l.-mips Thermo". Jugs Ire Cream Freezer Aluminium Waiters 4 Minrers %  ~> %  Kitchen Knives Fish Turners Spoons I'ntatn Mashers Rirers Graters Skeives Strainers Rn Beaters (rotary) e



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"I I'M Ml l\ in I I Mm K In. IMJ II MUMMM AIIMK ATI. I'M.I ll'Kl.l BANISH CONJIIPAIION OVt&NIGH,' BROOKUX .1 the sure .o> Report Of Salaries Commissioner Do, Sinloi IH> • %  I BROOKLSX ,. tkfi*w _. *' v -w "" %  ^ %  ^ commend an; rrmnfe, : ' ?' Ofl"tmi.•ilmrnt of the rcpnn ,i *J~ !" SSL** %  %  "'" %  BaWIM It !" ^ferred to BROOKUX .. th. S3fewr Bits* M|| BROOKLAX %  %  lishod: — By totter dated 3Mh August. -_ e ,__,*;, +m* w„h .he Mtowing nnn>S; H h*a*d ann I have would ramotlon, not -ivese posts until he tral yean' training. e.g. j .. md th.it oflnq in this category be IgJ i.niei ml their %  Financial Implications nnd [ and CHOCOLATE LAXATIVE Ajwu: H JASON ONtS A CO LTD KLIM is produced KLIM par* safe MILK Frt I. PirffrUK. tht WM Olid i <~i";-.", % %  %  : %  . the remuneration of all In I %  %  .. %  • %  excluding those covered In the „ 4 x *\*\ ,i • > .. J, (I( H eulele ih Turner Committee Report, ,.,>,peration. MM* except where if i< cor. ; anomalies still exist M would C.O.L. Allowances me parto-i t vu represented i> mn %  hy the recommena, | n hf B(lrbado „..,,.,..ima menis. (hat anomalies have arisen it. a* Education of IPtH ihe eust of livml Wh " '•'"> "mcers. -II i living TKraS %  > grade of salary who will would hare been si to i>e mad* special kfsrtnd points:— i Mtertai %  colonial Secretary \ Oeaira] i! Caafdfaj M. Post Oniee axe •' S-ietir, A etire Agriculture %  bcal •'icTax* Death Ihitirwater wet %  Bupl i .mi* I Am ii, Supervisor* 11 I'irttal Supt I Accountant 1 District Inspectors S Office Supt 1 Office Supt. 1 ANQtHt* SHINING tXAHrtt Of \\ I'// 2 QiEtoico Tbare'i always a clean hygienic frsararvs in every room where th* SMiMilii Paata cleanser is used. Pots, fans. aadTilea,Sinks, and Paintwork respond quickly to its treatsaeot — tbare'i not a scratch la a mountaia of Oemxo. Ska i ..... ...-,. basic salassumptior %  corporatad %  ..-.• i i ivuw.1 %  „ tm ,•: I „ mfr .. .„, %  Howance i 'nrge %  111 etal ool '' The Bartadoa OcnwUMnl h granted a coat of living: alkn elTe.-t from Ihe Itith let %  irie to w II il the prop •wall nan i.aoi'r • %  B" Iculaied 0fflfr : i %  i A v I be remedied Krigm-. .1 the Government |g empowered **( labour Dept. Labour index; In ) the genii .1 %  i lemuneraiioti und sup animation payment the Colony Civil Samoa; (b) To enquire Into Bfl I on .in la June IM~I %  Kep. I* 8 AtttaUftUM r TrarwJer ? %  % %  nineiidahas risen 10. i | with Ihe M Before n %  'I I am of the , | f^| that I n adjustinenta artMi %  iro'. prtaani ume to consolidate iheae ih • %  __..„ -iJ .- !" the 30th November, 1952 for ihe rrvi.on ol !" , 2 In view of mj bus, ... C|v|| S ^„„ 1 A „. „ irioyTjlcfotattonTea* Aaatata 'V 1 ''."' "" w daar on accepting Ihe appointJust men t of which moul n eni that. matter of neajoUaUocI a ,al 1 %  i U i increments, .,.„. 11 "i'.> ,.. .-. in NT. Pri • %  %  VII o h ||, %  %  ..,. II Social .\li|--,iili.,-. %  i A. i Al. Fnslmi'i IVrnonin-l oin^.i Junior Senior iv %  u. f..,c om. Monim'...Tm %  I.VII-I.HIIM • Ch dre \HHT Hot Deh* the ilW' 1 J nrt nUli^t would not ix> ibte 'o taka to time bvtween the Oovarninawl (rinsfeT ahtmld i>e rompari 10 Koi aflaNN in Omn A I | lt <^ ii "v or a aan v 144 -i.*:,n nparoa tovovrablv with ijaries in Trlnldnd to Principal %  %  %  %  %  I Don't let that COLD take hold! Juvt a few dropi of Vspex on your handkerchief, and on your pillow at night, will clear the head inatantly. Vapcx rcli rromihclintd.-ephi Vapcx is highly economical, and pleasant to 4 arai.i. / r*—-* CaflW up residence in Barbados for and I \ %  ngth Of •"' tune. (b> 1 woui.i 1 1ik a tm vUtts to U;irbados for tba ' would l nj I"employers, to which %  I'u.iuiaph l ol Ub \ vestigations. and made in Paragraph T heu.f n Report lloaj 1 HM dejailael rk raui would I3 I returned from leave m m u dispenser*, aruaai > < Imnosaibla toi in* t'oiomat UntUd KUftono, „, h .,.s. tamber and paid my nrM \ -n •'• The Labour C omiinsiorier h 1 alariaa .mi Arbadoa during the ... furnished me with to 26th September I Ha. payable by ,-erta„ r > "" turnad to Barbados I""R<^tries. Some firms have contrlbu, ,. niin(i ,„„„. lober and stayed lot the fol „„, F Iltlll N fs o( ^ mg PWwds: and pay annual bonuses BtiagHnW Is not ,, new 1st—4th *>-tin'i to thenBUUT. dependent upon the wai j, , %  , 24th I I annual profltl of their imdrrtak, „ %  Prior 10 % %  >'••In some M • lot of pieiimmiii y work, are substantial. Then are. howf,„. I( ,„, |„, ur WPI 4 Dm : %  • %  number -.f en ferenves I plovcein the OoV The Civil Service Association. vice In respect of whom there are whole The Association of Assistant B^l, of RecnmmeiHlaliaMs .School T. 1 % %  • Beeoncktr] H lo pnragraph IB %  schools — all ol whom had Tut net 1 I apart it b mil tod most coir., M', %  -, %  :.-,.0 BarOStdOl Iranda. limited ecooomk resources eould I had interviews with the Mananoafford the level of salaries I gers Of nil thtBanks, the ''" %  : paid In Ti Didad pi < "1 the Chamber .if Commerce, posts dealt with In thai %  Mary of the Barbados On close examinat'on of the salMutual Life Assurance Company urip., ol ". and the Marshals of th r r iinri thai the 1 interviewed th* of II %  "f As1 mg Head* of the following depart^tutanl Heads of Dapartmanta eon. 11 CotODlal Secret.,iv 1 Trinidad public llarhot. Public TruaUe, (owar gradai carbi pi lice prisons. Oovonunanl inhlfhar lhai dustrial Schools. K d J Cltl 0 n ,, %  .fl iBd Aci icultura, PubUi i., Library. Medical. Pul lie i I-ibour. Highways ami Transj Airport. Housing Board. Wain, hftV) r:i) t.,,. |he COI work-., social Welt.ne Controls, ,h.,t ,| *,,ui.i I., fair and aquitt ate. The Chairman and int ,i, . . ,;,rv proposals Manager "I the I' %  ^rneralh oil the Trinidad Hank. ,..!., %  „ %  lahiiuj M the fOifcrwlnf ntioi e I-'ween the The Public Library. Tlw PUbll ,.,,. ,,1 of I vmg allowances fWUid cnf. '" ( 11 ,1,. with as mat Append. I %  ninandaCoal of i ih.. officer j" n v m r M '. b >' " %  '* 5* "?•?**yy*"* I .1' III! I '-'" %  -"it Proposed the Assoaalan 28fl :) 45* 2IM-3MO (Ojua ll Of nullAll.. rhlel %  %  I'le.itiy ii on then liehalf by \ I? In the 1 propose t.. deal apactfleally with I'flcers. and %  1 • %  'ilTl^-*''^s*1 li.ti. Mil tm TIMS I do not prrifwKf am rat %  iiai lot Dtoat 111 Opata it I have been informed that the I term Assistant Engineer" la a I lot WhOB) • Hie In.Idem of these I.'M a px-i I-,...,. 1.. ..' .. %  .. I>OIIM grl a 1. %  aajataasaaaai • aeaalcnM tie ihi d dai : Mo u m*a lor .11 I i -me. as* ihbd .-* ihati del %  % %  -.-. nmerided smaller s,s ,l "" •"*""' '"> ''"'d ny | thoaa paid i.. "*''"^" i " "main., r;ifii()m( *~fa^ Mf ^canatAMd "-an I.I thai imllo olrJceN lvin o,v ' %  '"'"'' h "'d %  "< h i t uaUAea, % %  '"'"' ""' : o< *a ipartmant ',%  ,n f.^M. !" l \ ""• ""' %  %  | %  "" %  -' * %  p""1 .ieai with those requir. has raceittll OOUload -maliflca%  %  eon me. t ,„ |, .,,. ., Ik h „ liii( %  nt that he should have % %  | %  r 'hat with i-h Posts in lAcrtilive t.radr— ,, MM| 1.92ii X 120—2.KWI— %  II4JM* l '" :1 hBeornmi ad thai | 13 Athese posts were dealt rurne, CommittM %  '" JUg ,*> .,. %  quote in full tie th. %  v, review £"£$*, TtiK!^ %  '" 'he Ii m ol refer2E2L2F iTThS Z Bd SlS2 ing tne nxlng f A , H, „ot tor* on proservi e ^isorlatton and eeruin "" Il raise,! J ', 7 ., tm S, nior ( lerks and fhUcer* ol •' II thu %  aMajarj I Similar Stains provides for an linmadiata ... (hi and oWainad the pan MM s I2—2.HHI1 rv to an omca n %  .,. i,,.., u,,. (kwii ii. ..i, salan "i an rnof to review the poaHloii of ofl abon is ., ; ll* I '..Inn. I tivaiitsK i.. hi lassaT, khU ilrhu.n. h I Id rm • l'i...!.. i %  paa Hivrmlwt, lo... thai in in*. • it tstag rasuats m .. i i % and lack of alrrim •| hihtrrn (be atari ihr> r.e. .1 I •rk In iif |-I..I alum ..ill help do rhen bei o .> d... i rat ION psMM I food Md 'he I hijhc.t %  m i" lo .hdJrtw. Give YOUR Children />< //. u.i.a OVALTIl^E and Not*' thv IHJfrri-nro f Ihe office Is greater thai i. ... .... %  : Il.t til. of aalan aqul poati affdeh %  %  i %  %  during M fornkei p| i drawn, bafora he h ei dfOjO he; tlr-' imr-ii"'.' now %  '" I %  le higher scale. %  lUona re ..t thaaa aajaaj oraasad in nie ion ol part of Ihe • (In Pair 8. lie IMI-oaTaaTI— Mata that tfe* torga .Ii. •O.alttaa' N lOMaioi 1* oa ... OII.TI\I>: PJIH4 1 ITU ^ rtaiar* aarf ataaahifiiU* imp. 0*.lr... n .Ml ' .11 nfaa-a. IW* •>< -.**# t,.... Iht >• -tiavrni. ,r-i,,.i,f, i |% %  %  I -Ovaitiw*. an4 IXwn laiM i''r (,..n. Imir f-.*.. l>ra*l.iw S..-S...I --r IBSi Jtl-al* and*Hane>-Sl Isi • (.W-*".a IW taf. HI qualifications. eg. ho if nr of %  i iirofeaaional qualid. ration. b) practical aaparianoa It] in leutlet>hi|i and handling staff. I Ii %  -ruMny of the oJjtoj| i that moat of them can liar officers Market. The Qaneral Hospital, navabic• The Mental Hospital. The Pin.i). n particular ea<^e Uld Trlr for special wnwrv the loon acllcal oxperii no in easy lo launder, loo. Fie sure to look for :n. Ing and identification bands—your iruarantee of sjenuine "Tei-made" fabric* ui vat fast colons. IS WELL MADE



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'Ml Fot'R II\RR\IMIN \II\IH \ii WKDNESOAT, PECEMBEB W. 1 BARjJAWE.A ADVSCATE I *r aw A**.*.t. M i "x%S I SEE IT" Wg\ i D which has been extended Slate for the Colonies aaUng the Government of Barbados to : MUM tu be ai Will compel UM Stilly and rill lead to a clear statement of Bait:... with regard to federation. The dale ol the conference has the subject matter of :' the Secretary of State to Weal Indian government! has not been publish)'. LatUfl 1 Jamaica. Trinidad and the Windward and Leeward islands have accepted the invitation to the London COQftnnoe, The government of Barbados cannot accept the invitation until the Legislature has replied to the Govaraor'f BHsaatge on the subject No doubt Mr. Adams has befst. CUsKtlaWillf the subject of federation fully sml It must be high on the list of his priorities for debate In the General Assembly. It is poeaible that \ lerobly may discuss federation before the end of the month, but in view of the %  arionman of the decision which has to be made the debate may be postponed until January. By UM end ol January, however, both the General Assembly and the Lagatiafive Council will have to make up their minds whether tit rtOl to accept the invitation to London Should the decision of either one or both chambers of the legllllllirci be i solely to acceptance or rejection of tbi' invitation to attend the London con I-ointment will be exe ) by all thV i ard Barbadian faUure to make up its mind about federation as harmful to the interests of the community. The legislature must make up its mind whether Raj hull M Intend! to take part of not to take part in a British Caribbean federation. Traditionally Barbadians are opposed to federation because of self interest. They have been convinced that Bar bados leads other West Indian islands in many respects and that participation in a political federation would reduce Barbados' Influence in the British Caribbean and would lead to lower standards of living in Barbados. The fear of becoming grant aided islands, of having like the majority of the Windwards and Leewards to look to the British T r a IIUI y to balance the annual budget is a healthy fear based on the soundest British tradition that political independence goes ill with linancial dependence. Fear of having to dtvert preaanl Barbadian revenue towards the upkeep of more backward West Indian, islands is not. however, the only : Barbadians. The representation proposed for the Federal General Assemblj WOuld JtVe the more backward Leewards and Windward islands a greater voice in the tranaaction ol federal business than Barbedee* Foi an [aland with expenence of more than three hundred years of nment the out by the combined voicea ol island! which have loat the representative instttu tiOM they formerly possessed might seem to be a going backwards rather than an advance towardi greater eau%governrnent Tins may happen In %  political federation as proposed m the Ranee report The two traditional Barbadian fears are real and arc not. as is sometimes unkindly said III .Jamaica and in Trinidad, the typical reaction Of a narrow, small island mentality. Barbadians have much to lose by federation: their gain! from it are problematical. What then is the legislature to do? Knsily. they must get to grips with the lituation and stop putting off tin day of Every member of the General Aaaembly must read and study every line 111 the KaurirepOTl On Closer Association and where disagreement with the report i amendments ought to be made. member must bo quite clear in her own mind as to whether or not the closer association recommendations in UM Ranee report conform to the true federal principle and he or she must be quite a that federation and not some other form of clooer aaaociation, ejr., unitary government is best suited to West Indian needs. If after full consideration of the Ranee e Legialature of Barbados rifoeta to participate in West Indian federation even though it accepts the Secretary of State'! Invitation to attend the Umdon conference then each member ought to be quite happy with regard to the future development ol Barbadoa I'nless Barbados comes i, on the ground floor its Influence in I federation Will be lessened. That is obvious. On the other hand. Bartry strong trump card to plav uld make this islands entry into a) upon the location in e Federal Hi adquartani Not rould the siting of Federal Heedraault In a greater volume %  oyment and revenue for the lal! id but the actual number of Barbadian reprethe Federal Assemblv would %  Hvei would IK' subject to Die viand highly developed local public The logical consequence of ministerial H if government, Dm i: (icipation In a I Crown Colony system is doomed to %  -< %  must think seriously about rtion. GOOD LOOKS DO NOT Prrhsps th. grt..ic*t shock II. %  --. ,... „, on. %  ^ Mldc %  *PP* ' I arrival l,4Hrrnri'liiirnooH ro ore mu,x ,h His unoVl w..ng loo great a Uttl*. loral chffM get a chance Of mi it Calcutta, Boa %  > %  weak. "gainst the btf prafeadonal ones. Indian luh-ConiiiM-nt David giant crossed in every illi.ulloa and could be worked init but there al*il.*rs iiavo alwajr* hod a popular Ceylon. Pakistan. aaastera !•>.,1-wa>* remains one snag. Britain is %  •Ptxol. Of course the little dubs tan and India reduced I %  .ise an industrial country and inua* are nearly always wi,--d out. I f Barbadoa If raaalng ex*id nearly alw. v nnce always would then Mop u. thirik fur ft pOTl uittriea a hc or two o! :. mlruile I i l<, the BOBt of "eir l>IK oppoiKiiU and become, reduce Die Indian lub-ConUnent living UMtl F*UturTs the local heroas uxl "ie toast of to that siw the West Indian P'^V tad %  ' 1 niak!1 lover* of sporl. Lwn ( of aport islanot become non-existent That '"a* "l> 'oe Indei .*nd any increases Is certainly the mst apt descrtpis exactly where they are to ihi* in fi--i prtcei CaUaM %  the British P-.iblic You in man In the street ID Rngland. y> ;;*'-. !HM wurkwa al nncp I filial not judge all Seeing that the ultimate responslonMU innen by th"*e that Britain i iiity fo. Weal contracts it e*port rnc English can and dew i eta pottttaal can not %  avea though "pprcciaied in England. West and economic resides witd lived a comIndians believe Uiat a love of Memu-r of parliamont eta UM "> UBI incoinc tax or aport is Weat Indian, but how by the Kngli I. i sn Walter many West Indians would queue lack ol ajpiealalioil of Colonial Monktun M.vaster of 30 or more hours in snuw or sleet affairs reflects no credit to anyone I1 Uf tried to withheld the to gel a Ucket for a football match. Now if the Englishman knows wage increases after the last It does not nutter bDW much nothing al the Weat Indies, is the Budget but the Trade Unions conaccustomed one kl to cold, score on the other side very much cat 1 perature of freeung or balow is better'* I have lived Is gngUnd peataUon f the contracts and all cold and when there is wet snow for many years now .,: v.nayrted. covering your boots and sleet taanjl Weat Indiams who haw %  expected trlckluig down one's collar, in the cone to England. Although the h* the poticy ol UM 1W52 Uuiluet pitch black of a NorUMra night degree of knowledge about U I the result can only with a biting wind going through England is by no means negligimean In. %  uany number of layers of clothes, l.le. the statements that are freely larly highei and when not only men but Carle, *md rerj oftaa, unaTunlj forthT" ^ |%  lal aan and old woman do that coming. show that the West tha % %  > ther e can be no doubt about the Indians have much to learn about Both Qasi ira artp that sport has upon the England. back la -irwl natives. I recall Mr. la-saey from To those readers not fortunate It is obvious that unless one is I'oint-a-Picrre in Trinidad, tellenough to come to the Old O '1 lr "* appalling, coming me he was awns t try and see for themselves, I hofx* petition (at B M tab at Lord's on Thursday. I will be able to bring some upon us again. Many here as well That was the SunU.r. before ami %  or En*:land of today throughout tin WeM I anojulrad if he had Ma ticket. It Is over a year since the Indie* will be hoping that some He loplled "We, but 1 shall go Conservative have been in power mOdiAcatlon "f ;i .. about 10 ftaa. After all. i-ud that should bd a fond milemerit on Trade and Tariff will enplay docs not begin until U SO Mono by which u> pause and sue from aaaess the results of their policy, woalth Conference (i A T T. as it nesday eveninf the BBC JTIUnfortunatelY. the moment at )%  commonly called was signed nounced that there was a queue of which thai is being written is years ago. Today* world Is far over 400. Around a m on Thursthff interval between the end of distant from that. Then 11 proflay the police '-rTicers Nipponese peasant. I should exout would it rppeal to any if so far announced do not create plain thai 1 have BO i to swim across the Surany violent surge of praise ai.il '"imnin tinJapaneaft I '-e.ih.fast on a opproval here but In %  MSstloO If I morning. Then it is barely the feeling b—Well It could have COtlld Dfl I htr '' BnI mo >"* !" ^ <"f> " ,h e ice U-^-ti a l"t worse and so far only market %  -nu*rtain niul nl J "* broken and the two of the Taft disciple* are on rMttaUc ftpprei cr neither looks nor is clean, the list. As a policy of M':. Q %  would li [ %  £"• "Popular in is the pram of ..ll England and dea for the products ^y;< y countir out w-ncre outside the RapubUcan Party are unlikely of everyone ir h rwever, the "* I'nKun would there be a motor to lower tariff the outlook is not sterling tit %  built before without gloom. How far the ComBUR r!** w" I^T.^BHS,^ 0 !" monwcHlth Prime Ministers Conptttata and no market for sterung r m H>0P i" r *^ f^J^ 0 "T* rerence will l^ able U dispel any Poct 1* to be granted, the pri^ n f" Ir ^ J 1 ft **** w tl of that gloon remains to be gaga %  Bto * ? %  *!** """J^Xr ^£1! Everyone Is hoping for the best or must become the moving factor th *' !" u rf ,*" ^*, : % J I* am unit West Indians should be for the Commonwealth. It is too In cnin !" oe real WdUTe. pleased to m>iv thut they have much to hope that by dosing %  Th^-^ j . dflub*. tK -* whatrce, can spea* eWr Jota QOam Boll mary lack :ome into their own and will havi their own representatives and with one longer wiU the> have to depend <"1d to World Conference Th* „iT^ Itlsfa rf TTi in solely on the Colonial Offlee would have as its objeeuve a eosa^ZZ-J^*^\. T—. "—*^S Buyers* Market prehensive policy of world in which eessunarca casaVt perly r egul a l s g. Iron vni r% Looking back over the past year counrrtas should nag be ncaakd ^Tegt ^^ there is .: u on that account any more tlaao •*—,(much stronger and that financialihouid S^u'.h Africa rjecause of ,7^', ly we are much better Thera is her racial policy, certainly the J^l_^ *^ssess> tlso a further charge in Uiat sa most obnouous poUcy pur s ued by a^4^Br^ralsBrBBSBSB^ ttaVWaas nost commodities there is now a any Governa u etn today Surft a ^ "' ". ^ TT ,'^* Huyer's Market and that has tendConferenca would have to be ~ cd to force down prices. There is econo m ic and deftrutely not in a one big exception and that n food dofsaM or g„ Theie prices are rising and the %  • %  trends continue to poLat upwards Y't I would rThis is ihaps the bigge-t -nd UiiiiiasBHn ryad th* ** **** **"*• %  "* most acute problem facing; BrrUin opinion ttsM -.be man m trie street One Barbadian has recently as a nation today The Socialists was acutely aware of ihe eeonoachieved what surety must be a would subsidise food in order to mic ills that beset us. but had Wast Indian record. She is Mrs. keep down costs. In hi* last no knowledge of Ge>grap.-.y. His ">.. *n tx-Mistress RudaM the Toiy Chancellor of tha knowledge of econorruci is no of St Michael's Girls' School and Kxehcuuer, Mr. Huller cut tha mor* er.bghtenr-: whas become a rnouaar two months sulxidics by half and reduced ledge or geography so West •tar gaining bar BA-. at tha Income Tax to cumpensate tha Indians need not feel too depressUniversity of London. Congrats Increased cost of living. Although ed if their ai>p.voation of eeonotwice the Socialists were highly intiral mica is less than that of "The R_. -,g Few" illollis of ih.it action not one of their Geography and Carter I* WYaffifr To Blaiiit' lor I Soviet suspicion of foreigners nn di„. to Russia s exlraoioinar* iounli>juk and climate? rid Kelly. British Amlia:.'>adur in Moscow from 1949 to IBM, putt forward this unusual theory in a fascinating book of diplomatic reminiscences, out today Endlc*<. Steppe* F. r generations there nas been working on the Russian character what he calls "the influence of the endless featureless land endless steppes or fore*ts merging into (he tundras of Siberia, so that In winter i man could travel on a lcigh from Ihe Baltic to the Pacific with no obstacle but the Urals. .. "Instead of the feudal cattle nnd the family farm, there were log huts, tor ever being burned down, Bttd every stranger was presumed to he an enemy "The climate tells the same talc long, terrible Russian winter shcrt, hot Russian sumiv.ci. a '! %  ate of extremes. "Al] these geographical and climatic featurea stand out in the 1 Lhar.uKr inherent instability, abnormal suspicion of foreigners, the absence of lay true sens,, of form or limits Above all. the habit of rushing \ kuentlj frOrn one extreme to anrthcr periodically pulling up the roots and starting afresh On the astonishing W9J which Russia claims credit for [from pe n l ci lllo through jet engines, steamboats, radic and radar to the discovery I South Pole). Sir David has thi* to say:— "It pro\-e-i the existence of an enormetal senaa of Inferiority which the authorities feel must be dealt with on a large scale AJI! it shows to whst a point (they) rely on the simplicity and Isolation of their audici.< This national Inferiority complay out" other muntrics for Imagined diplomatic slights Ejonuid Moscow would not say whether Sir David Kelly's appointment as ambassador was approved fa derision usually I week . r tw. lays ll.is was exactly the same time it had taken London to agree on ICussia Hy I. s I ..si.. accepting Zar-Jbin u Sovtci Antbasaador to Britain — a delay due o l.i: haviaac been lDVOl< I i Hdli Wh er th hi Belg.au chef, an English butler %  %  c< n.mii!i;T\ %  Oil hi* f. HI undergraduate m IKl.f Ua %  with %  sen Now the a fortress, .f.. %  mat: were forbidden to travel thiough "very large areas of tho Even the 100 or so | Russians — professors. U Srho had ill quite n allowed to accept brVltaUona to foreign cmbatsles had been warned off. A hundred invitation? miftst B0 to Russian gue-U for a party to cme nutioniil %  : %  ly -a maximum of 20 would be allowc.t %  %  tirelv of cfflc.aU of the ifauatTJ FOt> eign Affairs and Forces repre' %  alley of isolation wa* so %  did show signs of tuned It was %  Cockroaches . .ore few other chances "in Itrutlrr* .Stay : largejarv Lae) t'hurvh F0 raa Editor, The tdrocnte— %  iimy Ailvocaic of IVcen.ber 8th "Pensant" advocates the building of a Tt %  Instead of a Theatre why not a bigger and lietter Church" Thmk of men dying and their souls going the way of sVsMBsf a V/ a a /n ,: people. Man;. including theatio : tickets, and most do'T.urs, hut not food) GOUld b,. ibtained only through nment department called ltti.obm. H with such matters as the elimination i On this subject one of colleagues had a long iince which went to %  • • I Burobin ended it by telling him • mo kind-* one kind that rould be eliminated, and one kind that could not. His. unfortu.i.,lcly. belonged to BM class, III-, Shadow S.r David was constantly tailed %  pefeeeasea (some uniformed, plain .lothes). They followed hun to the theatre and resat in the next com%  he travelletl by train, waited outside the am%  rule he was Inside When he protested he was told: • Wc have to guard the ombnssador. Of course, you do the same for the Soviet Ambassador In England." It Is inter' sling to note that when the Karl of Carlisle .irrued in Moscow iMi a mission to the (,/.,i as f;.r back as 1862. kW "!'.plained thai he was continually billowed by a member of the Strrlri He was told that this %  This, Dr David feels, suggests • i srayi the Soviet regime ha.* reverted to the age rer the Great partially il•.. have something done to the present condition of Clevedulc Raitd Since the track was dug across we were ge*"'i • a few h.n ers of '" %  'tich has caused the icfllUng %  .he track to sink ..,... %  this roo'l visit and see what you can do to batter oondlttoi ,.nd out u in on%  HALDANE JOHNSON. From NBWBIX KtM.rKK NEW YORK ACTOR Robert Mont^inu-rv. who one* 1 staned in a film called "Unfinished Busillsader attack by sime shareholders of Macy's. the largest department store in the world. They have no (ault to find with his performances in films or TV. But they want him removed as a Macy company director Store business is bad. Last year Macy's paid a dividend of 15s. 10. a share. This year it is 7s. And at the annual meeting shareholders questioned the value of an actor on the board. WHAT, asked shareholder Lewis Gilbert. does Mr. Montgomery know about merchandisini:" The president of the board. Mr. Jack L. Straus, said several directors are in the same position as Mr. Montgomery Snapped Mr. Gilbert "Maybe that's what's wrong." ,irt the 6ft elegantly dressed actor: "I've been in the business and professional field fi .II -.ears. Whatever my talents may be. they are at Macy's service Said a lady shareholder: "Thank you. Mr. Montgomery YOQ still have the gift of the gab." SAYS drama critic Ward Morehouse: "The prettiest woman on Broadway at the moment is Rosemary Harris, of London" (in Moss Hart's new play "The Climate of Eden"). The wittiest—Beatrice Lillie. of London. Most promising young actress — Penelope Munday, of London. And today a pensive-looking Clair Bloom,' of London, is the cover girl of a national: news magazine. JOB OFFERS are pouring in on President Truman. The White House sends the same polite message to all: "Your letter has been tiled." A hat tirm in Texas would pay the President £90.000 a year to be its vice-president. • • • EIGHTEEN frigates and 50 landing craft are to be lease-lent to Japan to train a new naval arm against possible Communist aggression. The ships include some lease-lent bv America to Russia in world war two. • • • PITY the lot of the drive-in theatre operator in winter, when snow sweeps his outdoor cinema and he has to close down. But the owner of a drive-in outside Washington announces that his ushers are going to be armed with gloves, mufflers, and snow ploughs. Spectators can sit snugly in their healed cars. The pictures will go on while cold winds howl. • • JUDGE WflUs Ritter arrested postmaster David Trevithick. of Salt Lake City. Utah (pop. 182.000). and 25 of his postmen. Their lift carrying mail to a sorting room creaked and crashed so loudiy past the courtroom that witnesses could not hear questions. The postmen (motto: "The mail must go through") ignored warnings from His Honour. He kept them waiting for hours. lectured them, and dismissed them after a warning that they would be arrested again at the first creak. • •. • RUSSIAN delegates to UNO have been flrs New. wonderful fabric* that are in keeping with the Season's Festive Mood .... NINON—exquisite umsanicr silk in ( loins. $X02_and nwcred, $8.72 SHARKSKIN—2-lone and in plain. §2.74 and $224 TAFFETA—a colourlovely selection for Christmas Da Costa & Co., Lid. Hi > NOW..-, HAMS Leg Hams Fknk M unii u In tins 111, i. 4. 9 lb. each l.iqi KRS Drambuie ( Ii irlrrti-.Kummul ChUTf Brand* i.t.1,1 lit .i,t Kum 3 Vears Old f Chickens DECEMBER SPECIALS Hal. Ketrhup 7'.. o !4r. ra. Nul Roll |Ba, Bg Carr's Cracker* I ro prr tin Carr'i BUruit* Short Bread 34< per nhr Nu Milk •"- %  %  Almond in-.,. sherlfT'n Frull I'liddlns* .-.Hr per Ua CHECK Till si Pram J A n sUlnti < i %  ,i Kruli Cakaa S4.00 eaeh I'luni I'IHMIII . *2 00 eaeh Jl ST ARRIVED Shrimprrom Hone Kmi, ',. ,. I lb. pham Haiwnfm aei Baa sHa Malvrrn* Fig lllvultH



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WEDNESDAY W I I MM I! U tHI lt\KB\l'.S xnwii Mi PAGE FIVE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OPENS TODAY Queen's Park Gaily Decorated For Event TODAY I Annual Inch '. Put Many thounndi at event last week od weather. ii r A in urn THI: SIIIIW Scout Notes Two Vessels Bring Fruit And Gapra %  Lad* Joy .,!„! Itacrm-Acd %  %  St. Lucia Island. i dv Jo* whh h %  %  DMrwvai which ar%  %  %  I A % %  Ugy. Clerk*. and labourers were assembling • tall* for Bridgetown Bl have booths al this year's Exh.%  The number of stalls this yeir Is nearly double that of last year >• wily decorated and trie Jighting equipment OOJa Bl :-il,,-f two booth* were being i rtarday but th, M The sin.ill lawn opposite I %  From early .n %  nient was being arranged. being covered rhkh I* from both The Qua r V • • which was floikind after lest wk'< 'urdened up. ajtgritli i IIJinUNT were t,< ught Into 'he Park. AlST. JOSEPH Kill Mhl / %  MM of 2.000 bags of Ihoueh n ' ln ***** hunchw Uv plriM 1'iin.iilpntiii 4 reak on board the QUr.FNS PARK wan yesterday bain*, made ready for th* one htindrad and •aosad Aanaal I Exhibition which opens today Hare agricultural equlpmsitt I* being arranged at a site opposite Us lake. .,. the Ion* year. I Franklyn D. R. which I I The schooner also brought shipment of 500 bagof charcoil. 20 tons of firewood nnd a large quantity of ereenhenrt. Captain U H. Sealy is in command of th schooner which I H IKIUM | ULU1 I I canee. h*"i*hv ijo to |*to last night w"> -stilt v-orklnp rtn the varlOU • '1 the 52 : i leadta i general cargo .. %  :.. i Face I .ii I in-.! For "IV.IKM'SS AIKM*" The pavUloa at the Princess ..ill get %  %  luriiit; tinDOXl tW Three paintera it..r'. there on %  Fishing At Bathsheba Below Usual Standard Deemad \ Rogue Vl*(l \ .I'-.JIMM.II ihip \h a A.tmg POl % %  DLs"A 'Tied 46l : i imttfi—.-Miuth %  owing *arrii' L,iTn-M.-i tC. A. Poll U 0 lOgAlU), I %  ti J. M \ littasf Uidy Cub•r), The on c ertlfleatg for the new v M %  %  hW presented. I part til > %  t as %  i Squanv Worthing, the*. egaejg Leu t. ita junction with %  St ), : %  H lit ti tta I %  i ten mile. %  I pim s, %  Ird It Mieh rth IMdgjatovn (Beth-I It i u ..:-.town (Si P_C i, 7th St. .Mich**. (Pine Mil! Cub Ihick) and the nrw Troop a Of November. Sth St \ k| i Chvreh), \ 11 nt ion is charge. 1 vi,th the Mlhff. gtwo u rojjgfniW and maintenance of Scoutini -•oundattes It car net I these function*with the least ASTHMA How to rase the strain in JO seconds! \\"H1 \ ah gtjDJ Achma nukrs eon VV gate f-r breath, one Kphazsat /^^l tahlrt limped (h; mouth . % %  -he Ufn ouuUv and. ^ J her, It nihts M MOBUM nrSSemSPMda ^ ^ ( cun.t.iutcs the biggest danger fiom j£ir$< Asthma •(pjj Epharonr naCtha] wreral |HOBW| I'aflfl ag nit •& %  > 'iraniU^, Ml gemi-Ukn .UIHUIJU.KH g i;, Jg* bron.hial iube. and in tan wiy pnanou. ease, normal hreathing. The Bpharo'vDMOBaM I %  Nothing to kitecfc nothing %  !,.. '. %  Qi ,n. x. attack comes, iher; a aJay iimc i>. t-Vi* A*Cim. %  '.-. For rapid NLMBI fnun A.ihmj. IVaachttta and BiotuhiaJ (aurrb always sp a lupply ol I ph**vie taH I FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE rrjiEKw a i aavMNaioas no. B*l SB. J.a 1 .' • J i •• %  :• la. I : %  %  . I ,i;,-iit a:.' th. Idlng will i>e i fll'F.K nil iiuis I :; durlnij thM pairs. n*keMs brought a 1.. on the •en -ankle dee'i" %  %  .. %  %  ti cutting; the ;iUS%  t and 1 The Bn*fcoo,i rnand of Captain VV. Baor ond It." local aaent* are S p M & Co. Ltd. nsnMc.iB.il. ,,s-.,.. .,!.., rSraHMffc ihi'Li-'. n\ iKeh Men ii Aos last yeai '.imps. Mr. W. Rain. en ol the Government • .• %  tractor at Tent's Bn\ %  t.ild the Advoe.tr VOI.T.IIIV He aid c.tehM both ol red Hying (lh wet "SS^-S* perh.p %  butthbya ... w.i, roducrd to a minimum as 11 St..ii... ,..„..,..,. .,„,. roolt ol rough ." .",'?;"'; tn br hauled up „' ':" u .-.ltl.|h tbUMWHlMU rough th. remain, ot the sheep .MUU" \ V, a, ]„.• weak, onlji Ihne boats found where thrj had besn lied Hm He a itch. Hayn vfnturrd out. Aflrr Ullnl ,i 1 Mlllht a lewti and When thr sra off Trent's Bay to Ridse road nnd killed mire He It ilroufhmt larl wrck. I sh ep " thr note . I i Ashing boat owned by anas* Peaple ol tlio di.turt pay that %  imjmod and \. oga happen nnAt I'-IM! Btatlon u aearrh ten W i %  fad. Two Boor board* were nuillv ..bout this tuna of the It I Owing t Pottery Trade lncrpatn>8 broken and part of the hull \M %  • P pig battowg tluft damaged That dry ton boats dogs came from Cattle Wash and •rani out Thru etch am no li.thheba an.l that the dogs are i 12 to 18 h/ina fish. aNatijtts uwnctl %  the seaside hoii\lr Itamsny said that when il i v nn him. i n %  n urt that Haynta With the Chi Ian .. fortnight away iha Ub Son pottery trodo ooar the Bridge Is gradually extending Thi %  Mv sail to town and ll*h off Carlisle Bay A num%  from Bathsheba nro at present fishing off the city %  | that the sea off Buthpooa nn in si m.Mi \w tioaUa To Be l-llll' hou buy Aetiev Mesh >ou buy for youiU ihc spaikling good looks thai go hand in hand with tuncM and comfort. These well-cut, so cashable blouses arc fashioned m Acrtcx fabric with the wonder wcjsc Ipielalt) designed fur m.. VOW feel **atm in (he cold and cool the l*at when >ou wc.r Aortas AELQTEX ....... %  KAMI AOOBfaS Film Chief On Goofiu.ll Totir a Koodwill i' 1 H ... I %  irohaoog i"hei>a in gonarally nuh .it this creased almost daily and wider time of the, I men make A pOttOT) .i pul I ;' "tches between March and show. Ju,v uv only Bower pots nnd .. When Mr Ramsay is oneratlng in. wore put i>ii show tm" havo beei added. fish Plentiful aamiaiuatj *, ,,,.,1.1.,.. vi^terday tiere were Ni Under the l\xr Relief scheme in St. Joseph, women, whosr I t I*'" a*iiun* iitti --. .. _._ rprr."!! nV husbands are dead nre Riven 5 %  %  lj 'lt '> rc.t-H UAY K-gulai bate with th.'hes at .• Aimii.. 'i-trh ..,,! |Ti/e b children. In most -if %  "Uog '>"? %  these eases, (there are about Hx) "' W J '"• ,,,ul lO-staf ..I the n are rUthortn ' % %  '' IIL Sui-h at-vltaura is given until ,,. ,. %  o Hon. F. C. Uutsoit. Ml.r. will the ehlldren roach an age of it. ( \ Letrtbuto Iha prize* tractor hauling'up boata ho %  "'; '"',"- • % %  •• ,p„ nirjirh 1 ialong a pathJoetph loM UW AdoOcon 1 AfrUlN I tAJ way about tweniv yards from thu Wl ' MV Dl Of Mr. J. M iwach. This path.in % %  Aaaoaaor f<-r need of rep;.u and when rain 29 inmatei nt thi st f oaaph OODArtlMd bf falls people who use It to get to CMUHI poulong are usual!) given ( the beach find it almost impu.^, tornu,,,,^,,.,, „„,, no.nte.l in the COlM ible. Matty | 1 Hra ^ Mr M. I,,U W8J appoHtUM for a short stay rs %  guest at the Ocean View Mr. %  hoy wara it N. w %  I aftoi rain > %  %  %  [,Ti y **Mr Ramaay thinks a solid road amme.1 bar the docto. to % %  shoui.i be conatructed aloni the WIMBOI th* path the tractor has to travel. of pensions. %  pi< Bllon Two Injured %  Mrs. Clttens durmB h cir 8pa of the "Bat 1 Bay Street. '-•sid'-nts and requi menu without difficulty. When the tract a >< ,. ri 1 Evarton ltancr..fl o( Sn at ^ong Meeliuf' rfKstiMmvd Iglii m Iha market, h( li:ithw >v i, u t these did ..t.t butchers pla>ed grnei of ]., | toag Than H %  • drain m %  Tho dominoes and In Touch With Barbados Coaital Station ,.. on..... 1 1 . A.i. .n HIHC %  I time. • I at Mono11 umber of hleh would incluHing the well known FtiKllsh classic by Alfred t the Anwitat aehool Children in gliran Synod was held in the The film stars are Cathedral Church House yesterORDINATION AT ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Wanda Hendrix And Phili) %  din and hli Lairip" with Johnny nd Patricia Medina ;>tid • Flighi to Mars" Mi 1 %  -.Hired the Caribbe.it 1 on iwvoral occasions 1^ his first visit to the %  luring his the vi %  Iiv man. peopla that •• 1 .. Ha waa certainly delighirxl to be here. :mng. At the meeting Rig lordship the? Bishop %  liMiintrd Vicar o' St. Luke's Church, and told the Synod he will hold an Ordination m M"tiday December 22 at the St Pariah Church There, thg ROVd. Bd %  .-I 1 HI .! %  • .f Bl JOOOph will b" |g pric t. and Mr. Ale,Tatnell, Deacon, for work In British Guiana. Pain %  by and If this is widened, less > n g .,f the Chamlx-r of Comwen%  •„I !" 'V.' • *22J Uld s<-ttl ff after heav. || now be hi rain. Janti.' I Khti 1 1 IHHiS Kill Nil FTP hl aoi yVt b ** !l xed Al xh<> U,m "' "" It was orlglnali> dl < as ago dogs killed a the im.-tinK would be h-lti t'—l .j Buaox Hill, bul dm lo / I St Joseph Four Of the ,ln-.-,, MilChfl Industrial Exhibition, %  I ed belonged to M_dl>Clarke ihe in-'ti':: IL.IS Ix-en )*. • p. ,i ic.. il ; .( %  %  < > u. h Villair-. St I'cter Make Sure You're Well PREPARED H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD.-Distribu.0r3 Cook's .Measures . .M Sandwich lins 8" .311 Sundwieh tins 9" .37 Icing Sets 2.11 Tea. ColTre. Sugar and Rirr t .i...-l.rs (J) Yorkshire l>ri|> tins. 10" lll.l..„_ ll.il. lins size III'' X 8" 1.113 Etlair tins. 8 holes 71 SAMCANS Kach at S4.55 A M.86 Bread Bins . $3.17 Checkerboard tins .71 Kitchen Racks $1.76 Sponge Kran.es 8" .90 Hoves of Cookie Cullers 1.32 Hound Cake Boxes 1.36 I lins 1.16 Suiss Koll tins .36 S. allop Sandwich tins 8" 2.'. Pic. Iran.es 9" .95 Janlr Toasters 4.38 Check Cats S, Is 7" & t" 88c. & $1.19 Icing Tables .82 Thrrr bottom %  • I ii . A ... ll.U li-.hu. I . V.^a.1. • dm. OTMH, A Welcome Qift! Presentation Boxes of Chocolates Ciulhiiry tln.coli.lis $l..".l) 8.50 rr, Chocolate. 1.32-111.00 ltom.tr,( In., ol.n.s 1.37—111.00 MOIKS lliili|.iness. Luxury, Pot ul OoU Special tfer MAHASt IllStl CHI KKM.S 3.60 lib. box • KNIGHTS LTD. HARRISON'S Broad St. Tels 3142 & 2364 Slovo* 1.53 C A V E s ii E i ii %  •: it A 1>.. III! 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street Wl SPKt IA1.ISI. IN GLASSWARE AM> t AKIIV A COMPLETE ASSOBTMENT til KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES inclu'linr CLBAI POUSBBD TI'MIILEKS—C.T. TO I PINT BOWLS II CBEAMJUGfl II IUGA1 DASINe CAKE PLATES I NAPP1I I I BWRH Ml t'IIASTEKK \| SIIEKBLTS \l W.VI'KR BOTTLI S JAKS—i. AND I OALIa—WITH METAL S( III %  WON COTES And Lois ol Other I'selul llems.—Plain and Ucc.rated in Eine Swedish (;h.ss We Have CIIAMIWI.M s I'lHITS. smiiniis CLABBTS I.IQCKSS COCKTAILS AND ", PINT TIMBI.EKS These are All Available in Plata or I Ii hi il t.rerk Key I'nti Our Sloiks also include a comprehensive Assort... 1 nl of "PVREX" and "PHOENIX'' HEAT PHOOI OVEN (.1. \SSW.\KE CTSTAKH ( I PS < \SSEKOI.ES. PIE PLATES, SOUP PLATES I'TII.ITY IIISIIES Etc This is a Itusv Period Parti, ulnry fur Ifo.iseu i\. s—Tl.er. is so mini, lo he done. 1 II 111.", more with all lb, Mttl S I Ul E\|.ense it is VilalK NtMUUI 10 lluv lo Ihe Itesl Advanlaer — M..\ W, Than Mt K.ii.in.l Von lli.H voi' WILL taWI ironi TIMI; AXII >IO.M;V Hi MIOPIM.M. 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PACE SIX IIXRBADON ADVIK..WI %  BIRHM1 PBCPWBB l_.M"_ REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER # l mi" l'..whether moic or ton would be ],. ,,,.. of the FIT* CUII Cirri. ll.MOrequired ,*.„ fh 2.4001 *nd that of a Senior Clark (A) aMWretVtet inirndei.t (I2.400-2.S801 in Trinidad. From th* rcmiioefitial return* TnnKla.i. With the exception of %  lew HlbmitMd to BM i-y in*Comma*tnai Ihe I potta lor which I have rec<.m.ml House* In Barbados and a mended icgradini fa BrttH ine salary scale reason* 1 have made no provision m Trinidad I am aatisflcn lor rev Won of salaries, as in my w i, t y c f S888 x 72 — 1.M2 x *— epMOB they are adequate both 2.IW would be fair remuneration from a compenv a %  rttfe the Tr ninnn that appoi %  nS %  %  the *ann Trinidad. bad* as those in jnoi t> $1,200. whuh thf difltrenee under Use arepowd cannot be expected The fotlowinf i 1 ttl to $312. and he scale of .mi Ward Sist*?i I $528—864 I has been fixed at 1 % %  ndatloi u Chief Inspector ($2 lew, %  ".alarv PMMnl House Allc C/Uvtafl Alkr. 1 Tnr. iad I J.ltO dad r a lariat and .ni-. tain 1 grade should be subject to the Pild by teadrnc commercial firma fyl) win qualification' — in Barbados IMC Grd* Clerks.T^, "Tt %  a 15 I am full, aware *' % %  icanon lor f'Xlnir II this grade at $2,160 *a* for the (..-rpose o* enabling an officer, who r .lied to obtain pi^i hM .* %  fairly high lalary to ]iv in tome moderate comfort. 1 am of UV opinion, however, that the maximum is t.-> high for ordinary clerical duties; for that reason I hud contemplated making a'recommendatlin that the maximum should be reduced to $1,880 and that | new grade of clerkship at *1.800-2.4i> introduced. 1 discussed the tent |> tlve proposal with djelegalea o( the Civil Service Aaaociation who WJBfe not in favour of the change They assured me they were urging i.ovorornonl to introduce 1 I91.MOX7: -I.MO) Proposed Salary l*irvnt I I %  I eon* 120-2.400 2M 290 m 1M i. ioi.tr Mpeed M pt,r minute shorthand Speeal Hrcinoiion u> ooo— at.16". :Tiinute Typing Apeed 50 words p-r m.ui*. iB) TVPISTH Station Ser|#aMi Promoted Salary ($l.200x:r C/Llvlng Allre I 188, A salary scale ( recommended. HMx4i -i m (1.104X48 -1.2411 Proposed Salary f/Living Allc. (IMMMI — 1.152) ConsUbk (624x*H -M0) Proposed Salary .'/Living: Alli' Profotfrl Salary (. Uvbst All.* i';I'.'... ind fire nri.id<\s*oclati<-ji • • ommended itn* the pot ..f I peeler to )>c MlMtltUtetl Jmyertor and tli* abolition of the posts of Station Sergeant* to_ lie Fire BilKBde And Prlwns 10 I have fell owed UM tua* iIn Barbados of adopting the Poll Fir, Hrlgsde ilnf! Mai for Prison Clerks—4M x 48—1.201) 17. At present there m in this group. 3 of whom OT Market ( • | laced the Market Clerk* in the wule $624 48I 20U Tor Ihe remfnlng 12 clerks propoee a 'alary scale of $624 x 44 system of examination by the l *£i.*?*_2* Public, Service CotnntMLosi lor LWWlptll* women clerks agaln't the patting of bn: which In the whom 1M., there appearpast were earn). oteMOlM In t" be dttrrtmlnauon in the Barbavleuof that esWiteisnr | ,|o not dot Clvu S-rvice. No reoii.i.*ii.lpropaee to recotn.i>ii(t ') % %  •redvx> -non which I may make agim*t tlon In the maximum I cannot, such dirioiiiiatioi. will be of any however, g up pofl 'he A*oriaavail as I have been made to imlion's request that the maximum d ernnd that there i an agreefobeUtueed &y Serfeanu. The should be increased u. H.oiit. I m nl qeiween the Admlntstration Commieiloner of Polic< doe* nol mgested that the' m nir T, l I" and the Civil Service Aasociatlon support the recommendation and I should be increased fic-m 48J where-bv, owing to KBrcltj %  >! emsligre the Cummis<.iuner's view*. to $660 ($600 requested by the p(oymen Io „,#,, i n H „bed. Association) which would be ^ } m§n ar# a j m .tted t.. the long moreinllne w-iih the^.n.n..-uci.g d clerkehips. fev %  x.emfax Mi "\**x i?. W h BWM beliu made In the case of worn*.. "'Under Kprent sc 8 .e an ffl"•" * verylong .erv,ce_ cer would ordinarily lake 22 years nave exarnlned MM of the More the m^nm.., il .-..rhcl work perf-.rmeH by the.e clerk" I endorse the Association'), view at the General Hospital and at th that the period is loo long I Public Library and I am satisflr-l Mat occoi.l-ngiv recommend the folthat the present maximum salarlowmg sca'le which woui I ei should he upgraded hut not h an officer to rr,h his maximum any means lo the extent of Hi. ...... in the ltth veer:— very high -alaries paid to lone Matron— Mental Hospital 660; 660 — S40 x 7 — 1.128 (F n > grad. clerk*. A maximum oj I.2M x M — 1.680 iFH 81.44" N*ether with the cost ol 1.872 ft 06 — 2,160. living allowance won)., ee ade otiate fir the duties p* rto !" ied Steno-Typisls—4H0 x *R Tnlice _|^M 16 In order that the general 16 StenotfpiiU are all paid V iosition ol the Police Tor. • the rate of 1480 X 48 1.200. in harioa vis-a-vis the Police Force lepartmenls an ulIowi.ni.In Trinidad may be fully appreciof $240 is paid to tlnee who act nted. I set oul heVeundei thi %  i.nfldentinl %  ecretaj I > %  seftlol |H>1 of both colonies'been informed that generally many do no tenplsts 34 Asst Superintendents From discussions which 1 have Chief Inspeetor had I am of th t > opinion >' I number of secretarlei could l>o Ing| limlte.1 to 10 but it would be for Sub-Inspeetoii the admlnistratioii to decide) MJM 2IM ntni -i.ne it* IM MJM I.IM ill -IJI0 III turn 1.111 l.llllW HI' 142 III • l.fM \Mt I 1J04I— I.IM 114 141 1 Ml l}4 >ir ihf Trlnida, %  Mb bfo(# Xht trxftl. iPfiMing TintUry Kale lor Slatf Nur< CJrad. I llrad II (irad. Ill I liava t<,'.mn.tidtl thai at uniiar — 21 Tin TV arr 4i Measenner. on $3o4x4o—720. Th# Tuntdad rttabliaMmcnl ia I .'i.tcr — ( Liv.nc AlkI 21—4S 24—11 11-24 Total EmolumentsI llll—I.00S J4— 111 4M24 th* Bartnteto* CaUbll.hment .hould bNo comoarable rank Ortdi i Otaile II I T20—101 IM— 7211 I I i v 11, w Alice. I 114—125 •— 114 Total Fmo!umenl t 134—flu 578—.34 He* Lovdiness For Yon n. I'li.iiiii.iu: son 1 Follow this Stmplt H.auif Plan %  Ilk PslntsMs* gee ,r. .1i. 1-r II Lull, t nM| Wings mi ikM rshswUrs's fuU Uxoieri-s ssssn' TS. For bath and shower, ge thcthriftv Bath *ie Psl 41 II 771 1.440 43 ATTEWDAMT*. CARs-TAKERS. OATEKEEPEk. PORTE*** 22. There are a number of the future on the understa nding tha: above-mentioned employee* ... %  qualified teacher at areseni us varying scales. •*• service m appointment %  1 am of the opinion that DOCTORS PROVED PALMOUVE'S BEAUTY RESUITS ....^........'.-. %  .-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.•.•.-.•.-.-.'.-.•.-.•.•.•.-.•.•-•.•.•.---/•. %  .-^.•.--•.; SEMASTIf Mead Teacher would enter the $1,483 will ; that i Tiiiiidad in the Poli-e Ofliieri elihoufh . ........ for Prison OrTkers u those paid Nurtinl stnff 20 For Sisters and Charge Nurses I hive recommended maxil.'ir posti impo-s.i.le with any degree M MBel n Ihe basis of existing accuracy for anjone to determinrangements (l.e. salary as Aissisi%  40—"l 24 wnal ,hould * ,h difference tK"' Teacher plus the prescribe. JJL a! tween Ihe minimum and ma-ipercentage) or on the minimum ut JIT-J! mum of these posts and those of Ihe new mb .1 th* salary ph* M74-IM6 a meseenger. I have aceordlnglv f* t !" Xj£*f* tt ZZ?SuSi tCioaped all these employ scale of selary reeomm >II be seen ., Grade II mesenier v salarlei 7^>o (A) TEACHKKS F.lementury Schools OECORATIVE FLOORING J TILES ded lM * %  practice of having different $480 — *c*l M f ^alarie> for men and women teacher*. 1 have made no recommendniioni fni varlaUenj • %  < scales for Honour Oredugtes or Gradual., miy be appoinled as He- I Teachers of Elementary SchOOll hould remain subject to Ihe than those fixed for simlAppendix II stKM m the case^ present arr-ingements Ml gaTl <* Trinidad as the sal„ r llicn lea chers on the scale MM "" %  n P iT an 1"it the appointment 23. My recommend at urn tection with the revision i icales for Tejcliers are set out In _.jder the Turner Commit"j JJJ,*' an( | women teachers "on"the of gradu..:• .c-hers tee's Report for Matrons and m.-j,,. 0 \ sj^*-l,0^ and tfHvaniElemrntarv SelumU is in Hn)u|] "" tton in incremental rate* fo Hible expen.lit.n. f women teachers I have made no %  " *wre that it .. A i'.;int Matrons were lower than Scales for the tho-e in force in Trinidad a* the nptrativr statement will show: n—General Hospital Barbed"r ?8M Asst. Matron—Geiicr.il Hospital Asst. Matron—Mental Hospital Radiographers %  Sisters The Charge Nurses m Trinidad ;ite of Jinn—l.iNR until recently .-hen Ihtt 2.U0 1 680—2.160 1.820—2.400 1.440—1.584 %  ..i reeomuvchd..lions lor WT incrMatl exceptional circumstance* that in. of salaries .s I consider she pre,Governor in Executive Commit!., T tnt rate* adequate. The Associ.m "v approve of the payment o 3.6OO--4.320 Ix-n has requested that Senior Agraduate i^^^^#d5i^^e*^S^^l^^ am Made for the first time in Barbados SUGAR ALMONDS A FREE OFFER Barbados Products Ltd.. the newest industry in the island announce that they will be displaying some of their products in a booth in Queen's Park at the Annual Industrial Exhibition TO-DAY. JORDAN SUGAR ALMONDS Y Packed in cellophane lib packets at 72*. per packet available To mark this occasion lib be given away Free with packet that is sold. NOT! packets will each pound Not more than one pound will be sold to any one person. 4 f Enjoy the Sweets made from your own Sugar in your own island I



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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER II. 1M* H1RBAIH1-, ,M>\iK.Alk I'M.I SEVEN REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER • Hum Cut,* md the I iuild according 11 lh. dcatlgoel qua! %  -it a* they artto be n^^hded Km taacheti aa afa' lion the %  %  ^^ %  MlMki A ill persist. In this casv. ^^E** v can LHmm'.y rUAed by the abolition trf %  A post a It ^^fctCBlMt • : ,.i for M aaaat tutlon where thrre are lu-t Creation of New Posts a comparative statement lh> and those outside the Sei <1) fOMPARATI'. I KCV SCALL IMl'LOYIl.S Service Barbados Dailj (Incl Alice. r I. Recommendation! have i received for • %  folio win* new poaU — I (A) Senior Supi. o( I k.200 in substitution for I wt of El Recornmc*ndc| i>\ O 7 Inspectors of Police and he reduction in the nu:nber of orntables by 11. Recommended by jv. 'irr Brigade As-<~ | Principal Warder n iiie equivalent to thai of %  lice Station Sargeant. Re-ommcnded by; Super.ntend• | 'if PrlMM D) Two Foremen Plumbers In eu of 1 Inspector Recommended by: Oiii.-f Engia Waterworks 1134 I 73 1.82' 1.821 182 Grade I %  Labour*. Grade II Male Labourer Grade III I. .in Loader Ordinary it. itntan i nim Grade iv Mataj Rr-ad.i 192-227 Able Seaman Coxtwaln Airport Attendants Others Grade V Budne Drive, Grade VI Engine Driver Grade V Engine Attendants; Grade V Fireman 2.36—2.70 lal tvea. of Dept. Sugar Indvati % %  IX.:.. Wjge Other Annual Wage (IncL Alice i Itea the Colonial Fbm -. .K] amiag to the Poalmaster's saUnr was increased ontin.. ns* a feat hreaa n.rzo |o S5.2M Coat i in ( sihswsn. Postmaster been g.nasal to the eaaarw aq> that all allowances paid lo the %  '' %  Pt***enl aUonrancaa paid %  i % %  %  %  %  %  %  bt nder ; — 111! %  baHM %  $374—4*9 Station Sergeant L B> U I (Unmarried) $in: to IIM mi N i III 'N SIM |144 1120 %  $102 do. do. %  :,.; LTD 655— 749 718— 740 2.79—347 — 2.36—2.70 Th*. question of the creation of Iditional posts Is outside my reference but for the it of the adminlstrjtlon I may ite that I have given considers„ >n lo the praponli and with tho t, ad ' v ccptinn off (D) I find there Is *?,"* merit in anv of the proposal „ j V r do As regards (D> If the admlnisC 2h.ie9 —i ion is satisfied that greater Mechanic 2 36—2.70 In the department will lit from the proposed reorganition. I suggest that the salary Foreman Plumber should a t the rate of $1,320 x 72— On %  vi Mechanic 2.79—347 c;r ,.'.. %  VI 1' I-bOUT Masterr The Peasant Agricultural Asso_ Mechanic — |, iciation have asked thjt .4 of their Grade V l should be regraded aj Senior CarpenAjTicultural Instructors. This re•• 2.36—2.70 supported bv the Civil G ridc V1 %  vice Association. The matter Cnrpcnon ( for the administration to ** r onsider when the Annual Budget and under 1. $2.00—3 00 I. 2.00—3 00 The leason for granting maraffiltier the Con ried meinbei-s of the Force a 1 Mppnrt lite request thai icnl 624—411 rent allowance was. I undei-s: 811—996 due to the fact thai the) (It) I'niforius the Island and m fact are perlod490-444 icaiiy dUTerent %  — stations with frequent rtgul ,. in tiie eataa ..f the Chief Inen ton 1 have %  no> be I %  %  intended then for subetanIn I tiai nun .. s t thttr aali and took int.. theii < Bta :., ^ rent %  Uowance two yean froni ments were conumred with ihoae the Alb on offlcera-aalariea to Trtrudad lam to* M4I | Ihereioie unable lo support their pu/chase rf ui i requeel For an) increase. ta r—eon why the tUowI an ; :uend anco In B that f ol t'orporhighei als in. .{i be brxiugh: into Una with the allowances paid in Trinidad. (t) Plain CtotlMg Ulsnruwe %  \ The ROVEB TV ;i car with iho-c linldeii v.ilue. BMMltlal to %  lajHanhli iimtMinu ..." All these ftft psfaill \\orlli iiulin^ ayh panii.iMnt .i < ii .iiim* .M'l i i ton tnr iulo ihe lntHii... Snutoih Ridtng ImiM.Hiil.ile Interior %  mi Iseaj < oinlorl "ncnl lerincat ili.it will -TROVER j I I I j s I ll -|-v '..| Bet I'-'.u b i Other Rank Station Sergeants %  arbedee IrlnWaJ \UlMn. Mqaeat Nil Nil $144 $624" Nil |144 Nil A-hich i have pfopoted hould '•• i .i" not rswonttaend an] 1 crease. If. bowevei ci 10 Ihe Hit ItBh 1 of the-.%  Ilowancea then I recommend (I>) Allowiinies lo Ih'lei i\c that the increase to basic salaries Th ked tli.it gate than the notional for Proficiency allowance reler... — lonliibution made on i>* h-.ll of red to io (ll hereof. 1 recommend r,l'*^.^' SL SHI and a few wage rates compare favourabu u employee In lh. QoverTunenl that %  ,1^:,, procedure IKI..!" : •Jher comrnercial ..undertaking* wlln hoge ,.,„ oulsu(r Uu S( ., VK ,. ,„„.„,,. t(l „ ,„ (lU(1(t who. •afcotoveS tn'th. VZFK"^, *"—•' %  > the ee of Coxswam abi.. ... the caee (K) Wtafclllf Allowance* "{';:• '" %  ;,"^"Zi Z Bara^maU^la^ln^n^ '" M lV,lhe Harbour Master of other employe some firms w.,-1,,,^ So5anc are paid | KJ^CornSon^ f" r !" nmended that be should pay lx.„us accord in,, to the ., lh e .mnum No ,..',. Sent outside the service with ^ ", ioccd ln J^ ^me grane as profit* of their undertaking su.4ialh.wi %  p....1 in Trim„ ,. ',„„ ., WhUh comparisons of wages can ""' l t, "" h OtVfmt (Grade V). as Many of these dally and weekly dad. The raqueat ..f the Aseocl.,,. be made: [n | few of these'eases 1C Coxswain is responsible Tor paid employees in the Service, Btlon to increase the allowance tlh on ||S ,„, Wl ^ ,,,,,,;, „,., Wages with those piild in Trim-hscWnc of the launch. In view Service until Th. that H %  I of livinn Wl ., s •fad for Bimilur 1 thl salary paid to the Coxmenl so tlu.t they nay not IllU.dlowance has been ] td 1 ,,, h ,. w ,, ,, : , ,11 Trinidad 1 support the mutely qualify for pension; in Hie proposed Inen'.i-e m their lal• • %  „,,, |h> j As Harbados Is mainly dependrecommendation, the nieiOLtim.thej reOOlva In art | atii on agriculture and Is without | was informed by representaact Hum that paid (F) IJi-hlinu Allowance* iy major industrial undertakings. Uvra Ol 1'u Civil Service AssocIo others outside tho Service f"i It I n IM thai tha hghtg_am or the opinion that in the blUOQ that workers in the Sugar similar amploymenl and natUTIng 1 for or general labour the aggnindustry receive an attendance Of ally feel that in those dinVult increased from $:i to uch o.iiiy ami araahl) paid ainplo] %  llated to wages paid outside the* bonuf %  P" 1 **. nccept the In Drf ..ut in iarvlce, it being borne in mind H-'tement as I know that in Appendix VII. I have included that employees in the service are ,,lflcr colonies such a practice Is provision for this additional eligible for pension on retirement, followed. It mini be borne in paynV While thoea outhide the service mind, however, that the sugar (/nrMuliIished Slufl— are not. wcrtrara on retirement rae Mnnthlv l-.l 1 the obove are set out in Appt %  dix III. Monthly SlufT Paid From "CHher Charj-es." 27. Itecommen da lions in respect of monthly employees paid from %  Oih<-! Charge bodied in Appendix IV. Staff Whose Kmoliimcnls are met From Special Funds 28. Appendix V reflects staff employed by the Caribbean Ourand the proposed sragaa paid in the 11 I anent Service for such labour %  hould follow closely ihe wages paienters. mnsons. palnteri and ma' 1 .11 be reno pension or gratuity, so that The rates paid In the Governthe bonus payable to them < ment Service are as under:— Dally Rafc C'-o-f. Auarcual tor 1 Hotm AllowDaily rfostrlu a nee Wave Grade I (Female $ c c. S c. 14e. 1 12 22 1 34 Grade II I8c. 1 44 2V 1 73 Grade III 19c. 1 52 30 1 82 Grade IV M -24c. 1.60— 1 92 32 3a 1 92—2.27 Grade V ;-. -29c. 2.00— 2 32 36—38 2 36—2 70 Grade VI Service M -38c. 2 40—3 04 39—43 2 79-3.47 The Civil ed the following pro posals.— t'rrsrnt Batic Proposed Basic Rales Bales Grade I 14c. per hour 20c. per hour Grade II 18c 25c Grade lit 19c 2c Grade IV 20—24c. „ „ 28x1 32 c;t.,. ;i v 25-29c 34x14—40 Grade VI .. 30—Mc 42x2—48 I (I) Proficient \ Allowance-. %  | V .it 1 given lo lhe 1 .... 1 %  V 1 1 who show %  1 %  • il abllll or 1 %  1 ;" %  %  A be provided foi .1 da C 11 ol Police. Spvciali %  1 ..1 varying rrom 4H t. 288 pe, annum to clerka, arli .,. fli 1 othn addition lhay are paid mthly allowance of $1 M, H lug by $1.20 each birthday to .i maximum monthly allowance of W. The AaaodaUon hat rvo^iaatad '"<; unit in OctObai (G) Allowance to Hand (adels Band CgdM are 1 rovtded with Itaa, es" ,i t.. 1 osl %  pprox win I i|j-.rr the (J) Inspectors --rgennts Corporals I .lea ... ratal requested are re* SuhMslcnei Allowtince ki Icnce Alia out hereui ea '-'i Aflaasjlatiaa'i Present ltmle Kenart Nil 70c. mi •Oc. .72 41. . arnalgainatetl PcimiinU Loan Hank .md labour Watfarg (Houaing) organis;tti' Governmenl BartrtU Bank 29. Tho Directors of | • %  hava recommended that U10 p M1 d to Ibaoa adkll asBW manager's salary |N> increased sliould be increased owing to the from $3,840 to $5,040. increased pricee ol too in the recent legiadingj by the v.'^ • barajd thai Ihaac MEDICAL DFPAKTMFNT (A) KntMMi Alluwancca 31. Nurses at the various Institutions bavi aaked thai the %  1 tod and proIth uniforms I ~ame cost of I I .Ml Sri I \ %  1 teal that lhay ban • ill tin 11 %  111 Trinidad is $15 %  UNGUENTINE X^ „ QUICK A MODERN ANTISEPTIC TUBBB AND J.MIS *4W rtWWAW/ .•.-.--'.--'.-. COMPACTS 84c. DUBARRY GIFT SKTS 84c.. 1 18. $1.80. $2 00 TRINKET SETS $ 5.85. $10.42 BRUSH SKTS $9.79. $12.97. ^14.00 And many other Uieful GIFTS at Reasonable Prices Special Oder— XMAS WRAPPING PAPER 6 Sheets for 24c. Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. (The House For Bargains) No. 16 Swan St. ::— Phone 2109. 4406. 3534. THERE IS TIME!! ccessory frr C&AidttHCUGiving NOW is the time.— To look SMARTIf you are smart To buy a New Suit for the Exhibition All Styles, Materials, Colours and Sizes THERE IS A SUIT FOR YOU GARBADINE & TROPICAL SUITS from $3.1.110 up. PANTS from $8.50 up • THE LONDON SHOP LTD. i. %  The Complete Man's Outfitter* : .V,'.V.'/VA'///A'*V.V/.VAV,V.VAV,V.'.'.V.V//////.' with MIKV iBOolhMH lavlllni jrou la laki lo lhe tojul. lo tin* powefftil reaponwa nf tin* F.ir.l CONSUL mil ZEPBVR — Iriumpha ol a •": afo. Charles MrEnearney & Co., Lid. % II II V A I I. § Plaalic Slmpiiinj; Bags . $1 .IO I'laslir Diaper Bag! fur Bal.y HH Canvaa & PIMIIC ( arr> allt in siaarl ilrsii;n.. V;irii-1\ aj| siien. Bans En Giria rum 9c. Geo. Sahcly & Co., (B'dos) Lid.



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I'M.I IK.Ill BAHBAlXIS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. !" OT,rEs *** • %  > nuoui, DKi Mm ii M. f TAKE NOTICE H IPHHF 210* Mill HI VJ HOI'S. S uUnt We'-r, .u„, Catuott. 1 Servant roomMonhly .. %  a 11 dHuini fBirg-. Dt ADVANCE. Dkkl %  I %  I OK BMMM AUTOMOTIVE %  rrartor. .. pwartn*. In Ml. Dial C %  ,r %  1 DAVM 2JM ... MM 11 %  .,,\ CA1V I HI 1 -UK.) J A • %  %  i iau %  ), ' *.r rtantoa..! ..on r... %  %  ',\TT '"*' •* '"•"* %  •*•*•— J ••MI-. i..rnu,n.. h-. a v lwl /,., ,„.. • %  uimiw af ., trade ,_., , %  •„ A <*• bli*. in r-p*r af Kau an. ;• %  %  •, i • ilMiii.Tii-. ao.tpe, — — %  %  .11 n.. %  liar onmonOl f iierember ISU i.nk in Mi.. meanlime |i %  end ueniMrir—v i I r.|ian Ik* a* tm the lUin 4n, I >' %  %  ade nijirk i r nAVe %  %  •e*B on appl Doted thi. i i da II "IIIJAM1. "Win .1 of Trade Mark. itiiu i TAKE NOTICE Tosca i...Mltv %  c i MvlTr A (V | .lATtih FURNITURE i with lealherrtb i-i.. %  II 11 Jr. LIVESTOCK M> of P,„ Caunl l--lil.Hl.... I PH-I. h.. appNrd lr '* %  < Rem-i.. in mpa,t .J bu de foknli*. -ill I. an| ti.-i % %  'ter DM raremner K*i I. . %  lilWr of I'pplHlllii l-.id dr.,(H %  i (i* IN %  %  M %  ,• :l. Ill .1 1(1. it Ill %  I,. | .. .,., %  I: -I. II ntlllAMS. Hpflatrar af Tta.le Ma.k. in II SJ. a NOTICE m I ciH h.*r trao> oi aa apf>ll lor tnr rin arilKH of : uf fca.i o> CoJon p-rtvimatlaa, I 4aailifrii-*-v -nd UI I'OL'.N'D .... ana monih from lhaj MAh d>( ,r.-w .o-napar*oai ahall JI tha maart.rna *ve noMra I -.IUOH of awek raaualraliaai. Tfca Iraala mark tan kr aa, H n v ornra !-.>. akMP n* W-a.rn.bai lV H WIULaAMA WHirir ol Tra*a Marka 10 12 i*2,, IIHLII sins SHIPPING NOTICES EAL ESTATE hw.ar. ai Balhaharu. mrwr icanher u i i 1 U 11 . LA.NO 1 tkaoda af y—U Maanl Ot"if> Bun j (Mrrnn. Cn.fla. Ihlc-im *riitt ... I,v., HUJ uatlicul-I. aoiM* Cam %  %  i . % % %  V\I.VC> .n.l dr>v(rf) N V NIEBA RADII), a ...,,p>.|. .Had and rilatluK n"1r Hi.lava of of Th Nalrn-laml-.. — Idraai |> MorwrR ? : %  ..! %  %  ... I li'auao -nil lalrgrapi IHI •III Or rnl tlaM M afferr onr month Ire Nt, ..nlaa. a-n -..nn . Di'.d lliia Utri il a MMI i-n applKat It II U 31 I l<>. %  u: I.ICENSK NOTICE vfMHAtiu\ mi \ N> i mi nk -.-i i MB HI ii., im IIII tkiMim M i ART l>1 %  %  kMfk -' P—-, HaaaalaixHi M. I 1 A board and aaiv—iud .hop oitn aha<|. not atU.) St PM( Dalad Ihia Kh day ol IMm.ilM r. *YI>NP:Y H MJBSK, t-n Pnlkra Mqi'lm" Oiatritl E %  vir.l MA1HHX JACKMAN. io I>AHCBV rnitkUEwr ufiKAVct. ApkU*. H n Tina Appiieaiion will bar d.i.-l at l.i.M.1.1 Otai In ba hrld an Monda). IJnd d>v of ! %  < D HAIHUIMII Tna faHoa/iHg horara Undad In Tinld..d. at ">""<. Araotan c LCPtian Olft. Aflmii.ii Ualuiht. Mad fananaan l,tj|ll| h r r.U. t-bi. Pabblaatonr. I>in l> a. tt.n.l M-lr H.ililu.11I I. %  lt.ir.ir.l AI IMtII. Itl„ v. IU Roaa, AI r< -kiiitf *%  Junwr AIM Q I AI Stau C %  Inoni II M> fM FOUI.TKV %  %  i . • vr in Dial ma) 111.! In POULTRY tli r.M-ki.n. %  n Jaivi.. rri.tr. I;. H> 13 51 In Chaaa. Enter 10 II UIn. WA. R la*>ali<-i .f I, „ |',„ A i FtociMi-r In re-pMt uf KII da Cukama. %  iirPiiniri ir.. -.nap-. ,.fnl.il ml., roa.-^rtra h.i. loitona .nut ,i. timtn. and III I %  • %  %  Ui. aa,.* nftefr onp month Irotn Ihr luin 4a> of 1991 kftfM MB i .i*ii ahall kttra bj dupflrale %  U-iii,iii of alien. i:i!li,ilii\ II HtKl. STUAKtM Fur uae i Maaari.Hairla or WD t Wheel run %  w awtaajka. AMD INrRKA-'r TJlAfTlON ol MW, Ttac-t.r in lk> %  YDNBV ii MBML I'. ... M M % % %  ... III ii i I.IQIOK LICENSE NOTICE HIN.IH \NIt MMItVAL BA 1 I M HAflTDfcn taOAD miik %  ui*, cioed vri %  it* and an.ft.-i. Vrr I luthl aaaajajM .i.e. I inafantl. oftar il> fur uie l. pk.blic lorapellln %  %  %  moho A co. *<-JUVILIi l in jll Uitmain RI*O • >t export*. Allowiiiu lor an n workinR da) U ciaWatr both by flm ume is about li> paf unt up OJ "ii iiri-vnni |i. ir't-i K.\ |H.|t % %  : ', .' IIV, v.iluc iiiUuti.iIly for Uiff 11"! Ume mil' r (iccliti"' %  industry contributing to the in0 .i %  • %  There WH a iJMfp riM in lipini'iiioi iron .mi %  and manulactures were up by 2 1 pert "lit over the pri'vn>u> tnr-'e ROYAL NETHeRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. •All pra iicm (i tioei a] I HtHA. 1MB Ueern s HEsrroR so. MBRSn.lA lalk Jam. . • HUM. To >i *nn IS OKANJCRTAD. HBH OKI • AHJN'li IO .I-I iin ii. ANB nkiri^ii 01 IANA .1 > *T3IT>>R Bllh P-camber \i BTUiai %  •' Na*tnr< i*^ HUM. Ill .< KM *0 I ITA. IJIh D.' S r MVS'OW. "• *"• TT. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VACAN< | IN llll OOVERNMKNl IMIllrXti SERVH'I in ciK-hers 52. the nfinwtfT has JIW|Bj|||B| to accept late applvations m ccrlam circumtanci %  %  I that applications from lUrbodru. will be eunsini-red prnvidr-d tliat requests for an applicotion form reach Ihe Ministry before the end of 1952 and lhat the completed forms are returneii without delay. ^^^^^^^^^^^**^'^^' t *^0^^,'.'^^ r '^ r ',',r r t -.'^ r t '^. '''*'**+',;*,• g C.IVE BOOKS THIS CHRISTMAS i ADVOCATE STATIONERY •-' % %  .' %  -. %  .•.%  •.-.-.............,,.^ << .,^ > .,... ^ J ->-<. .'-'.---.'.. .'.*.*.'.*.'.'.'. HARRISON LINE OLTWAKI.D PROM THE UNITED KIM.lniM DIM For PAINTS. VARNISHES and (he I'seful Household Items for the Coming Xmas Season CaU At -SgI HERBERT LTD lBKWriw ROEBUCK ST. aad MAGAZINE LA.fR i i. i-o i m nlhs' averaKe. i I.I it ti.B't sir—i nnnr-tni I UM i No as * IMl ilianted to Gwendoline Oulalona Jl rnpeit nf n wooden hmklma in Nelaon %  Mlrhnel. fn, permkHkMi i.. oi. > .nt l.lcrnae al a wall and tilkiiilied bmidinH ai Welchaa, InriN %  -' %  ' D..led Ihle Ith d-y nf rkr.mbrr. lto| %  %  r I 1-AI.UJS :, II A MINI* for Amuranl. N II Thia .tpplicallon will ba eonH.-ird al lha Llren. "S Court In he held n MoMda/. Xln.1 tU> ..f Ilrcrinber. lau I II or lot k „ in ..i Police Courta, It-1 -B" C L WA1.WVN. PO1.IT MJnlr.l". Dt. n IP II ft* in FOR SAI.K iinnnAitn-4 sii.vpit i *V larde **, Octobtr iBaports were valued ^t fliG7 million. £4 m.ll...>i | %  % %  the average for the Uiird o^artar. Arrivals of ntw mu'i'i. mnnufactures were up, but fooj, drink, and Uiu.ino MenrJOWQ, The avernne rate of unpnris for tile first 111 months of the year was fl per rt-nt less than f< 1952—London Preaa %  artrrak TODAY'S NEWS HASH Your In... for 1953 BROWNE'S N\l TICAL ALMANAC CHURCHILL'S VOL V SECOND WORLD W.\B At JOIINMON'S STATIONERY -SC-HOLAR"PLANTER" "CROFTERGEOLOGISTLondon 17th Nov. ITlh Dec !.ondon 30th Nov 14th Dec Glasgow and Uveroool 3rd Dec 19th Dec Uvcrpool and Newport 5th Dae. 19th Dec HOMEWARD FOR THR UNITED KINGDOM Vesael Far Clear* In B-rbadoTEMPLE BAH" .. London 12th Dec For further Information apply to DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agent* MISCELLANEOUS AMHti'Bk — Of an-ary daafrlpQop. ataaa. China, o.l Jrwel* I W.Urwlnun Gaily liooki. V.. | I, Sraplu elc al Ootrliifei AniMiua oBop .djoliiu,,; K-I Yaelil Club oooraar tuiaa gulck death to Pllaa, Coekruaeli ObUlnalilr from .11 leadlai tloraa In Iwo ali.a II M i ••. ad. II.. i. .. 1 . Jul. Paraffli. Oil. %  | , i ii' Hoaol. Pill I'cwfln E.-1 H ... %  •. i .. i, ,,.„ %  %  ..-. %  BjMI < %  -. %  r II M J^.,r. ft tirnlc tTM IT I! %  OOIlDAIU>'S -IIMII il-lTHS A %  nih atlvet I-.I.-I. i-( ipeedl aV*8. B 11 SI in warn ,.i .t, OMI i alMMM SEA VIEW ma .(tlllPARD-B PI .ATE J-OWMEH Snaat |Hill*B foe ailvetwme. hm-k ury of wnrld-arkU reputation PWPBCriON STOVE J"AT nuta that all Pkrfecuon I be -.l.lamad from B. M Ltd While Park Phone i II .''. \>. i s r> • %  a %  .. n, %  ...llerrt .anilil-.ii Phi.nr klOt in If Mi STOVES Sperial offer lor 10 da.a. -' A 1 Burner Vak-r Hlo.r. A Overn Autn T-r Cn T.-lallur vry ] I l\ |ft |*hrI ,1 In 3 and 1 burner modele l-utle lAM< .\ < %  THior Sfraet Jftone MBl M'ltW-RtHX oo" "" *' M TaWirai* l-.ii.ai-.lt leadlnd Dalll Nwer>l>er i.. -;iivin In Barbadoa bf Air onlT %  f"" ABPI after p-ibllcatlon In london <-"• .n ... ,. -. Ad*o Prnpritics ,i* Km* Vlllagv (l) lTopcrtv ,it Kin Street. now B.ixterS Road f 11 llouite ai Falrtleld Hood %  pith >-4 of an acre ,,f land. 111 Small Propartj %  ) N. %  son Streot ,3laaMrl af Land well Hoad. (I) Small spot oi Land • llindsburv Road fox HKM-ii C II 6 U TRANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND S.S. 'DE GRASSE" Sailin, December U'Ji. 1952 For Trinidad. La Gualrc, Curacao. Cartaaenn and Jamaica. S.S. "COLOMBIE" SallmaDecamber 31st. 1952 For Trinidad. La Guaira. Curacao. Cartagena and NORTHBOUND Dl GRASSE" Saihnjt 24th Decamber. 1952 For Southampton and Lr Havre S.S. COLOMBIE'' Sailing January 11th. 1953 For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southa.ipton and La Havre. ACCEPTLNG PASSENGERS. CARGO AND MAIL I ss R. M. JONES A PHONE ^ffafX**X^*-*A*-V'^<-'-<-l-^re'^M CO., LTD. -Afenti 3*14 \oiiri; a ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION • Competitors' Cards which are Dot "ii ihow al the MUSEUM can be collected this week (rum (InAdvocate Editorial Department. Other Cards on Show can be collected next week. '/rW^V*V.' 1 / NOTICE D ARCY A. SCOn Mai IMK •5 10l2.W_3n. Ofa/>/ M t VII \titriMMafgM frff'/o*-** 0 hristnms — S& mtmr$ Mixed rmlL Raitink. Curranla. MUrd Feel. pVuaea. Fruit ^ i ... ki.ul Fcsm. Paaabea, Aprkrou. Grapes. Me*at Glaaa. J i ii-t ,i,i Powder. I rrinoU lusUrd Powder. Chiverm CukUrd N Powder. l> HI., Suaar. i .vinn Kusar, snd Worchenler Saures ij PLACE VOCR ORDERS NOW 1 I JOHN D. TAYLOR & SONS LTD. i; Dial 4335 i;n.-hu.k affreat X i ..-IIK Sport* Touriat—hull! tor speed and iii.inhThe olhtandlnt rratures af RtJa model i ", made II the mnl popular of IU kind Black HnUh with Red and Gold llnex $9|. Hop •__,fz_ tienU 531 Clubman—the llfht%  % %  14 lOr welfht wtsard mi the read! BeauUfuUy tinbJied with brtsht chromlam plated parts sad In rholce of Emerald Green. Sunset Red and Royal Btaa $99. G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd BROAD ITIJ I ,-/,VW4VrV.V.'. --*-'r-,*^, -. *, ', ; HASTINtiS. B.VKHAIMIS D.illy and Loti|tsrm Ratea quoted un reguest. 1'iTiii.nu i i fiur-sls welcome Dinner and CockUII Parties arranged J. II BUCKLAND l'mpni'tor. MIU I MM II IMMMM 0wufc| to Foot and Mouth Disease at Martinique no visitors will be permitted on board the s s DE GRASSE and s s COLOMBIE. No intransit passengers o" these vessels will be allowed to land. JXl \ 10.12.52—3.1 I REALTORS LIMITED | Of/tTH ff> >OM.-— J; That lovely stone Cottage known as "Cove Spring \J Coltafo'*, situate on Ihe St. James Const, on 29i:ti) ;• sq ft. of land having its own private bathing beach. J^ Comprised of three bedrooms, with toilet and bath to *; main bedroom, drawing and dining rooms, European ** bath with hot and cold running water and separav £ toilet, modern kitchen and a i;a!!cry on rWo f-WRR. ** "Don't say it's too expensive for you before you 9 see it". For further particulars phone 4900. Mr. BRRU fi Brooks. Manager. ;i M M HmM I MMI II lT l BARBADOS BOYS' AND GIRLSCLUBS a PLEASE VISIT OUR STALL AT THE EXHIBITION AND SEE SOME OF OUR ARTS AND CRAFTS a I MM I M



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PALI IIS IIAI1I1 UXJs VDVOCATt Wl.llNl.sliw MllMlllR III. 1952 SPORTS EDITOR'S HAG CRICKETERS TO HONOUR THEIR GALLANT DEAD D. O, Phadkar. %  a joht. V. L. :.'. K. Gifl %  ... % %  1 P inlanga %  %  %  %  nkad world all '. c; I'hadket. P Igar, Ghulam Ahmed, %  %  %  In %  Quote) Mad l Padrinalh y on Hi -ill.ml I l| \/ R| m least f II C Bill \K i.Mi GOOGLT BOWLER bind iin'i follow) 1 i owllng %  %  1 %  %  i in ii DaepaJ i %  ( h known Chtad] in Imli.-i m Ainu I bill hi* election li III %  • %  nr. QOOD EFFORT BY sol Til AKKRA O NE "; % %  %  the Boutfa Afiicana on havta %  al.v... open in then name orlth | to the! II Australia for .'77 after tin! ittei had pul up 143 t I UM lo make for %  %  • AN ARCHITECTS DRAWING ol tlie '.laircai* and picture gallery of the proposed Imperial Crirket Memorial at Lord'*, in London, to roauaemoraU incket.rkilled uj |aa two World War*. The *tte 1* the diluted Racket* Court whirh will I* converted to provide gallery uaI! i Dudlt) i Nourse's 8prina> %  I could %  ihtmtar too naii %  ms from I FILM SHOW You must wear a 9 TWEED / I we bava tha hrst HI They have | with K defeat A The men fr that altht tinAntip ban .itegorv dismissal in a rruti rtei the foundation laHhdMd WHO Will. WIN* T HAT bemu i B of eontiii.ii • ifrlca "iii win but certatolj ,t (bey do not very goo(I bul at doing so. U foi Australia n, %  > u. make UM %  th. K. 0 atUlt indibpoaed and were also handlcnppe win. Without Miller — ordered U bad will. ^ ghl mijj'h I'.inter for victory than Intl %  pectod In he. aboenee, their attick took only two wlcktta ,'i 1 .>ur and .1 quertejf bOUra today. '.^hiie South Afrui rnodg lM out 1 tin* :i37 runs thej 1 %  Austrnlin with two defeats m al poat-war test* urr still fnvour. %  d u> win but South Alrim have g chance of "P/lnjdng a major tuiprikc especiullv if Miller cannot resume tomi ntow Mmh dtpenda on whethei Mi Cilew and Funston. both \de their flirt test Hfties m an unniiished ttand Of BS, cin • their stubtwi They came togcthei with two down for 57. 1 m I Wftl %  With the hall occasionally playing trick*, 's of spe^d 1 them. Vlea Capiam KcOIra %  sheet anchor of tho Uuilnp "e bad been out of form 1 time and today concentrated %  on defence M. hg >o lai lieen at the wicket for four and a half hours .11I hit only three boundaries In his 60 runs. Hut lu timing* hai I ..Uuible to South Africa I.uK*ic>1 -.3 He hit [l 1 nor Doug Ring for two fours npd %  RUl| a utiessful In Ihl Bptl %  .: %  iiacked an uff; tide ibid with six ii..hi. iand j fad th, batamtn witb U %  nd ti p .snlnneis on Q ami uti . ,i H i not 11-e to the bait. Llndwall played suffering from gastric '1 %  rannlna iture, Should bo IN Miller i>r until lomorrow, South iti ovtr Aus' I r. ii H kit bttweon the t' % % %  1 %  anod U'TNIlll •.,.-.. Mil til 4IRII \ 1 a .(.f i. -i.t.i.. 1M -milll Ml INMM.s sa McDoiiald %  M-i >v i • I %  e.-ia IT IT 11 1 run MI. st 1) I'tiArM 1 III. ,. Hi. 41 Undwa 1 oui M II^IMlr. I. %  *1 King b 1 J..h....i li II ... 1,1 a a Total J77 MtU* i %  Ill TH .. %  Kudean 1 b. rumlon rm M'HH Ml IVNIM.. | -nHnl Imperial Memorial Appeal B> HAROLD MWrS HERHAJ S i^ ; uno tniliis more rnotrtoi leg thaw cricktl Sr.mil ,in in.' Mm. j in London, when (1 Tjggj match is m pnhjrota, win-thir \hv oppoattion ttv Australia, West Indies. South Africa. New Zealand or Indin. and you will hear poople recalling thr names ( nd deed pl*y*i And just if ertcktten rwmtmbet their living, so they intend i iminoraU' their dead. It was in 1640 that discussions began on the question of a suitable memorial lo the cricketers of two World Wars. lord's hen<)quarierr.f ,1 icket at home and the focal point of the thoughts of every aspiring player II usly the only place where itcould he raised. %  is were made by which tht Rackets Court, disused for quarter < enti % %  %  numix'i of ptoturta of cricket pounds from fnr-flung parts of i ue.l,wealth. OlhlT gift' have been made to the Club on the understanding that the-, arill be rnadt aeoanlbii public while the Club's own relics connected with the game will undoubtedly help to stimulate intertal la |ht history and traditions of cricket. Mr. Robert M*n?ies, the Auatrallan Prlmt Minister, who t Cabinet meetings is known to have had meaaagea pasted to him recording the progress of Test IWttchat, once described trri's us "the cathedral of cricket' When he was told on his last vi..' t,. Lord'a "f the inamorial plans, he declared %  riiat will I the shrine." The inacripuon of the plague which will be affixed on the wall opposite the memorial staircase. will bear toOM WOrdl many cricketers of all lands who gave llu-n Uva Ihg ceuaa of freedom 1914-18 lB39-4. r > My memory often, strays back to a sunny afternoon in 193H v hen the white terraces of Nottingham's In nt Undue ground -uiaike Wenlworth. HolivarSalvador dill.i. II. H Butethe Weather In Midib n'lun Miin-llad/i i The ii. MIof lauilun tldmis llusley. Books on Bridne. Canaata. all lard tiamev Cru-kei. I.oil. Chest, t iHikery. ele.. etc And Ittik %  fur elilldrrn of all ages. BIBLES PRAYER BOOKS, PRAYER AND HYMN BOOKS. I 'omineiitaric-. Oc I'.id-. Address BOOKS. I Kill SIT-. I-OR (lll'Kt II AMI HtlM*-.. Telepbone 44'iT. Illl B\i:il\IMv ; AQUAYK (MB N (Local I %  tnbera • Onlv i .* Tinough the courtesy ef A the British Council will ba .. 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WHAT'S ON TODAr %  •iii.i Jnxitrib T luona i Mwuq If—a p I I P.rli n • %  CM* MtiiUim tat peed loiUim, i dliUno YiSTERDAYS w!A'tRR[POI ESTABLISHED 1895 Common tvea Ith Premiers Finishing "Master Plan" Ifricans Murder ShapkeejM'-r KXffY \. Aft night and planes sashrts %  %  : %  .. %  A cil . in %  d*\< sorted Mail POui In their hut l %  %  %  Discussion On Sudan Speeded Dp CAIRO %  d British lor fl RalpI I %  . %  .1 rule in Ihe 1 minimum di i.r no it* i I %  %  %  Talks Are "Most 1 Satisfactory'' LONDON %  • %  I THE ConunonwMltl '-• i erer* convened with .' lei today '" put is to DM "in. I % %  % %  lop ment ichi The pis ip by the i onterenee vn\ Iss [el .1 vast pmenl in Brii the colonli 1 Ions ol pounds during the next n (1 M u d 1 ind Industrial pro... in be fttroadj %  i %  .. an A farther mooting thi* eftornoon ol Prime Mialsh ioliasttona wiih U Churchill al 1In Iv devotco Rev i ew" of the .1 nfi 1 in 1 %  ,. jiBd i„ seal in derisions Leaders Of Casablanca lliols Sought 1 (-0 %  %  Guilloume %  %  I Arab na 1 m %  fl persons died in mon ti hi ..me wan inoi exp ec te d le-liva. Ai %  %  . • %  : %  .iii 11 wen data stamp oul si F violence n %  %  5,000 OOlli 1 >t Ubour nd nationalist chiefs-. :. in and Egypt sine* .„. ... vt mitigating 1 %  %  : %  V .. %  "Have coofl%  !' 1 1 %  lulUaume told th %  1 %  !. .otild **• held Swiss Red Leader Expelled GENEVA Dg %  %  da) 111 ihe Pans newspupci ve>i* OW nir. 1 died thai %  %  %  %  %  %  in the • -t'.r. I-. Abbott laid thai ih> vt kith Ei ooessle conferMsB KM %  %  ..'* % %  ) Ol %  id in mb BaVl veulll' 1.1 .. (or reporter*, in a . firmed tl %  gjro*weca end Wedneeds) or Thu Bumps end r>*e U B. Higher Taxes Likely 1953 In Trinidad London's Worst lifts %  %  p I'OUT %  I Honourable A R W 1 etary wai preventing the Committee Repotl It&l badge! tht' higher taxation m.sht bo Imposed next yeai %  DO option but t<> impose nighae HssnwtUle lead "' 'be niK year."' to have plotted a Kee reten*n programme which >.'. • hasa] will set til*sterling ere MRS R N %  it...) II %  Oeneead %  Prise oiv feu %  outlook on Prize Giving Day Atl B.G.iVade Ursuline Convenl I > %  1 i %  %  uao U> h With inrrcsstd deflcll from M t .' More Committee Work the Com'i 1 II thai t"tal revenue was sso.-nvrn rpand %  UWIMfll I < %  me Firo Destroys Oil Refinery LANAKK, Scotland, Dec" 9. . %  i% on ihe sight burli : u ii. .lit mrecilonj %  i • .. .: I i, Urc I' I poured tons i iy subaequenl 11 %  %  i r >lr. I*ina> \\ in.s Qoofidoitce Teet PARIS i ,y won rote ol iiiKhi ui\' that hu %  a| tolvmj %  The doss thst %  %  i ii stability the way tor te on the the 19J3 i $11,000.000.(KW. Caiablanca. Tel\e Kin*; lenders i big leaden blamed by tl for the iiKurrertlon i I a) iniludod eisht i ind four chiefa of ;ne UUgbl Ondap> I Party. PVenCb police who h.iv. .iinady rteden mnuuy,*-nd thepaltarn i Cairo*) outbreak la I isrtns I -uid dhvto the mob orjmg for :: i %  : inittce needed but present expoctalion* arc thui thr conference aril] end evening. A lensthy rommiimque .setting oul I %  i \-. ill then %  Caaamonwaiuth*i new approach to probtent> of tr.ide. finance, de! velopmettt and Hut no dramatic • hanso* In pott. cy arc expected. The reel sUmUl%  in : u u emerge until I i.tnnwcilth oountraM begin udk <'n in the early part of %  anortanci of deveiopmenl ai .1 means at the dollar gap. Thi' need for expansion of trade and Bui convertibility win -.nly ue mentioned aa a lonwEurop. led ,, m Meetive f lbs • n %  """ ; i t the Bterhng -U..I I -, -ubatan-' ... mem rram the MN; fate lul BUIU i us w ,n, u „. ,e-i el the of those who were unspeakabfc 1(1 ;il)ll irecooEITorU lo get the Suit..:, ol MorOCeO ''i U..S.I'..." Hiiinlei: I .. ,-if %  iinnn-il the Kiflh. quit his Jace and went to Kubat but maintained rathet Ihai aeh en Ihe N %  lOd ti,irked to denth. %  %  1 I '.( the Uraullm Convenl Mn Turner dls tributed the priii and ln ludad amonfi the pnziwtun. is die ixiice an >. du i itagad < Baft] \i ntui.-i I iii. 1 chi tatmi %  nliy' which wai '>ii 11'iioa, The played IheU pi ught l<-ud a 11 the audience followed bj rhen (Was One man Qave A 1. %  tMUvlt) BIA] (OJ 1 blldran b) %  Hum. R IgllS U.K. Would Welcome tV.iS'. Planes : hmhfr thJin .11 1 %  if. A < r Gandhi's Son Arrested 13 Shopping Days before Xmax ''Tunisia Is A Uungef Spot' JOHANNISBURC, Africa, Dec. . Oandhl, wn of the ate Mohandas K. Qsfl leven white persons IneUk %  : ED NATIONS. Dec. fl India warned the United NatloOi Lu-t Dlght f 01 defying race Uj thai Tali. bd s peedy bnpl live part an by non-natlvea m the n. K t HIAl.t.R LONDOPi, f5ei D Britain ouid e/saosnaa t s. plan*.md tnnM to tK-ip bet iiuiin .(, the defence of the '.:. . • luthorttaUve Brit111 Puead 1 must be COU -I rasasisrihuit) of aaortd rinee Bri no lun,,..lone It addcii Hud Mi pl l 1 %  entn in Mas area sad lbs outg bass in b 1! % %  11 Si sn live b.41 lUOB ana '•• liel i. i. t.n> Utal 1 local poU defe military ihai if Egypt u to proviiii* 11. i' cUel bese <>i 11. < Westeri efena it fully. Fo %  %  I tern* with Egypi the aourx-o adaad.'' 1 ,K it OBTI I 'W\. D> %  Lei rite Hub 1 • 1 i-i Critehlm ->\M .1 ni 1 1 SbSui Union the oldast trade in thi Brtb I %  %  L tha (IV yeatrx old 1 . nted i.' everel eee esaoa ko uSe U.K. n Ihe I'.nihbean ..1 %  I Em pin %  • 1 nil two BtiHen ( .nuelleH tor HU hut %  %  %  %  I I 1 tonnon m the aeoond 1 x.niiatek aa Our Lady, Blaa ValleniUa 1 SI Joseph. Juliet Gaakin aa the Angel. Monti Oudkerk M Man arebster aa the Man .rl. gold, Paulina I tracker 1 atrl wlui ii' %  "' 1"I I %  Bo) wltfa : %  ; i-i I bei %  < ihionmilUee 1 11 ited to eonslder the '• 1 %  .. %  coal in the first ptsf — %  %  retireenenl he would b Hannah. Belea tUveroJ kfi Crttehloe .1 I 1 Uaurlce i*e Ver-|h ined nsan" In Trlnfd ..... %  1. i %  • 1 1 recuUw bori. 1 ibrol B 1 I ft O ,• tdm rroon Wotton, Mary King .' .1 ..:. %  I 1. 1.. kma t 'i J 1 Oorarmasni Com millet's. One of the i%  are fa '• %  %  %  % %  %  ad toui ret "' the La 1 %  %  Throueh ms eOOrui and rtpre. ,;ctea ami on tt ( 1 %  n hit ion* Hli lias -.oine ol |tu trad lulalioii 111 Ihe Oiu-ibboi iturliut ir*isiderntioii of ha %  %  -i letter manj 1 1 ffacted 1 i' Diitt'fi DooununU \oi Goiiig To i .S. THI-; HAOUE, Dec. 9. I %  %  %  %  %  I %  turning from thi In !! %  1 nion confarence m London 1 % %  '' %  "" Mi ''ii 1 hlou for OUI iargerei %  %  ... %  u nounee1 loyce Devla. Arlena rui, (l .,. ( r Urbaneja, N..rai I r Vll rd 1.null. ., .lennif. V %  St Johl %  Heealey. Angela >I\HKKT" HTHKn determinallon for thipeople Ot .-. %  •.. i lined ") a vital area of ihe world Ma lama VI %  Djeakei ; %  ; van Joao Carl' 1. ad .. Ual of 3S rpi la I %  j The list showed that the United States which sounded an appeal %  intended %  %  %  firm conviction that a .: %  olementation of Use right I Tun J Ma Is essential if pi j t>e maintained in the •. of the world For tl new with particular regret the (own of negolia* !' in isis j Tunisia is today a dangrt apol %  1 uidign 1. spread far beyO) thai country. It is for this reason that we %  %  %  f the |>nr-ient • -duatlon in Tun. %  lonnl peace." —r.r. : D I race lawn r on of fler j '-.nor General of South Africa ai % %  others int" M %  1 %  Up .. 1 %  %  %  -cr. Bank Expert In IJ.O. IEOI %  Mr Alt*-il VTStl Hank, la here I %  : %  %  Ihe 1 %  2nd Birthda) lor Triplets II be a day I 1 1 ry.On thai %  %  brlr* 1 %  1 %  lived al %  %  . H 1 ... %  ind growruldn %  nation, Ihei %  of ever) %  %  welfare They U %  Mrs. Oarsld W eportedl • ),,| * wril There was also anot'a •ripleu In 1951. Thev %  %  %  -•. January NATO Membere Discuss Middle Easl Defence PAB1S Deo u. Hu 14 nation North itv %  i, "* n 1 attention on tha M I North *J will culmlnati %  next week 1 I '"'' %  %  . b te %  : 1 aid uanV %  •-en revised to NATO I 1 Turke> ourcee. • %  %  ... .1 %  %  ,'mg 14 %  pertj for %  rhui day. unn M. %  %  %  111 Die, II Hurl Vs HoiiH4-b Colltt|sr tsARLErTTA, Haly, L> %  "Isjilieii I 14 Injun aid when otlapaed after 4S hour:: .nn. Troooe we died i< d Pol e i'l Kreineii in reecutiig peroons ipped "1 Ihe wreckago while %  he rain sttO u. %  %  'he downixKir collapsed %  dh-d l'-i %  work. Prefei t Mario it. .11 who 1 %  Id i were be dead and 14 in UT" d %  —t'.r. Italian Racb Saeak Flflgi Into AHatria V.& Dollar EAL I"The Ar %  %  %  I I 1VIENNA A 1 1 1 rd tiding the %  managed to sneak HagH Die i"/i 1 %  1 %  %  %  %  h'or Cn'<'k Linr KEW 11 'iK. John Q I Oeaarel %  lino In D lp "' th> %  %  %  in.dd*n voyage from %  %  program siting lh %  ew shy* 23 Onn 1 iasi agari rnoetl) tourial %  I %  %  :.. %  ooneei tx>rdei' %  % %  %  Mr Hi I %  .ment of %  %  %  fl %  will give %  ing in soul N 1 %  %  1 %  : 1 r 1 1


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WHAT'S ON TODAr
iii.i Jnxitrib t luona i
Mwuq Ifa p I
I P.rli
n
cm* MtiiUim
tat peed loiUim,
i dliUno
YiSTERDAYS w!A'tRR[POI
ESTABLISHED 1895
Common tvea Ith Premiers
Finishing "Master Plan"
Ifricans
Murder
ShapkeejM'-r
KXffY \. Aft
night and planes sashrts

:

. ..
A cil
. .
in d*\< sorted Mail
POui
In their hut
l



Discussion
On Sudan
Speeded Dp
CAIRO

d British
lor fl RalpI
I
. .1
rule in Ihe 1
minimum di i.r
no it* i I

Talks Are "Most1
Satisfactory''
LONDON ' I
THE ConunonwMltl '- i erer* convened
with .' lei today '" put
is to Dm "in.i . lop
ment ichi
The pis ip by thei onterenee vn\ Iss [el .1 vast
pmenl in Brii the colonli 1
Ions ol pounds during the next
n (1 Mud 1 ind Industrial pro-
... ,
in be fttroadj

i

.. an
A farther mooting thi* eftor-
noon ol Prime Mialsh
ioliasttona wiih
U Churchill al
1- In Iv devotco
. Review" of the
.1 nfi 1 in 1 ,. jiBd i
seal in derisions
Leaders Of
Casablanca
lliols Sought
1 (-0

Guilloume


I Arab na 1 m
.
fl persons died in
mon ti
hi ..me wan
inoi expected le-liva. Ai

:

' .iii 11 wen da-
ta stamp oul si
F violence n

5,000 OOlli 1
>t Ubour
nd nationalist chiefs-.
:. in and Egypt sine* .. ... vt mitigating
1

: V .. .
"Have coofl-
- !' 1 1 lulUaume told th
1 !!.
.otild ** held
Swiss Red
Leader
Expelled
GENEVA Dg


da) 111 ihe Pans newspupci ve>i*
OW nir.
1 died thai





in the
-t'.r.
I-.
Abbott laid thai ih>
vt kith Ei ooessle confer-
MsB KM ..'*!) Ol

id in mb
BaVl veulll' 1.1 ..
(or reporter*, in a
. .
firmed tl gjro*weca
-
end Wedneeds) or Thu
Bumps end r>*e U B.
Higher Taxes
Likely 1953
In Trinidad
London's
Worst
lifts


. p
I'OUT I
Honourable A R W 1
etary wai
preventing the Committee Repotl
It&l badge! tht'
higher taxation m.sht bo Imposed
next yeai

.
DO option but t<> impose nighae
HssnwtUle lead "' 'be niK year."'
to have plotted a Kee reten*n
programme which >.'. hasa]
will set til*- sterling ere
MRS R N it.- ..) II
Oeneead Prise oiv
feu
out- look on
Prize Giving Day Atl B.G.iVade
Ursuline Convenl I
>
1.......i


uao U> h
With
inrrcsstd deflcll from
M .....___' t .'
More Committee Work
the Com'i 1 II thai t"tal
revenue was sso.-nvrn rpand -

UWIMfll I <
me
Firo Destroys
Oil Refinery
LANAKK, Scotland, Dec" 9.
. .
i% on ihe
sight burl-
i : u ii. .lit mrecilonj
.
i
.. .-
: I i, Urc I' I
poured tons
i iy subae-
quenl 11

i r
>lr. I*ina> \\ in.s
Qoofidoitce Teet
PARIS
i ,y won
. rote ol
-
iiiKhi ui\' that hu

a| tolvmj

The
doss thst

i
ii stability
the way tor
te on the
the 19j3
i $11,000.000.(KW.
Caiablanca.
Tel\e Kin*; lenders
i big leaden blamed by
tl for the iiKurrertlon
i I a) iniludod eisht
i ind four chiefa of
;ne UUgbl Ondap>
I Party.
PVenCb police who h.iv. .iinady
rteden mnuuy,*-nd thepaltarn
i Cairo*)
outbreak la I isrtns I
-uid dhv-
to the mob orjmg for
:: i :
inittce
needed but present expoctalion*
arc thui thr conference aril] end
evening. A lensthy
rommiimque .setting oul I
i \-. ill then

Caaamonwaiuth*i new approach
to probtent> of tr.ide. finance, de- !
velopmettt and
.
Hut no dramatic hanso* In pott.
cy arc expected. The reel sUmUl-

in :uu emerge until I
i.tnnwcilth oountraM begin udk
<'n in the early part of

anortanci of de-
veiopmenl ai .1 means at
the dollar gap.
Thi' need for expansion of trade
and -
.
Bui convertibility win
. -.nly ue mentioned aa a lonw-
Europ. led ,, m Meetive f lbs n
",""",;i't* the Bterhng -U..I I -, -ubatan-'
... mem rram the mn; fate lul BUIUius w,n, u. ,e-i el the
of those who were unspeakabfc 1(1 ;il)ll irecoo-
EITorU lo get the Suit..:, ol
MorOCeO ''i U..S.I'..." Hi- iinlei:
I .. ,-if
iinnn-il the Kiflh. quit his
Jace and went to
Kubat but maintained
rathet Ihai aeh en Ihe
N

lOd ti,irked to denth.

1 I '. eonflned to their base as a pre-
. -nr.on.ii .mi r.r
ARTIE'S HCAOLiaw
lbs Exctlltnou tlit- Anting Governor Mi H N Turner
and Mrs THirnar ware among Ihe parants who yestarda;
attended the i ttnmeni ,.i ihe Preparatorj
rtmssil >( the Uraullm Convenl Mn Turner dls
tributed the priii and ln ludad amonfi the pnzi- wtun. is
die ixiice an >. du
- i itagad < Baft]
\i ntui.-i I iii. 1 chi tatmi *
nliy' which wai
'>ii 11'iioa, The
played IheU pi
ught l<-ud
a 11..... the audience
followed bj rhen
(Was One man Qave A 1.
tMUvlt) bIa] (oj 1 blldran b)
Hum.
R
IgllS
U.K. Would
Welcome
tV.iS'. Planes
: hmhfr
thJin .11 1
if. a < r
Gandhi's Son
Arrested
13
Shopping Days
before Xmax
''Tunisia Is A
Uungef Spot'
JOHANNISBURC,
Africa, Dec. .
Oandhl, wn of the
ate Mohandas K. Qsfl
leven white persons IneUk

: ED nations. Dec. fl
India warned the United NatloOi Lu-t Dlght f 01 defying race
Uj thai Tali.
bd "speedy bnpl live part
. an by non-natlvea m the
n. K t HIAl.t.R
LONDOPi, f5ei D
Britain ouid e/saosnaa t s.
plan*- .md tnnM to tK-ip bet
iiuiin .(, the defence of the
'.:. .
luthorttaUve Brit-
111 Puead
1
must be COU '
-I rasasisrihuit) of
aaortd rinee Bri
no lun,,-
..lone
It addcii Hud Mi pl l 1

entn
in Mas area sad lbs outg
bass in b 1- ! 11
Si sn live b.4-
1 lUOB ana
' liel i......i.
t.n> Utal 1
local poU defe
military
ihai if Egypt u
to proviiii* 11.i' cUel bese <>i 11.<
Westeri efena
it fully. Fo

I tern*
with Egypi the aourx-o
adaad.''
1 ,K it OBTI I 'W\. D>
Lei.....rite Hub 1
1 i-i Critehlm ->\m
.1 ni 1 1
SbSui Union the oldast trade
in thi Brtb I
L
tha (IV yeatrx old
1 nted i.'
everel eee esaoa ko uSe U.K.
......n Ihe I'.nihbean ..1
I
Em pin





1 nil

two

BtiHen ( .nuelleH
tor
hu hut




'

I
I 1 tonnon m the aeoond
1 x.niiatek aa Our
Lady, Blaa ValleniUa 1 SI
Joseph. Juliet Gaakin aa the
Angel. Monti Oudkerk M Man
. arebster aa the
Man .rl. gold, Paulina I tracker
1 atrl wlui ii' "' 1"I I
Bo) wltfa
. : ; i-i I bei
< ......ihionmilUee 1
11.....ited to eonslder the ' 1
!.. coal in the first ptsf ' retireenenl he would b
Hannah. Belea tUveroJ kfi Crttehloe .1 I
1 Uaurlce i*e Ver-|h ined nsan" In Trlnfd
..... .
1. i 1 1 recuUw
bori. 1 ibrol B 1 I ft O , tdm rroon
Wotton, Mary King
.' .1 ..:. I ,
1.1.. kma t 'i J
1 Oorarmasni
Com millet's. One of the i- are fa
''
ad toui ret
"' the La
1
Throueh ms eOOrui and rtpre- ,;ctea ami on tt(. 1 .
n hit ion* Hli lias -.oine ol |tu .

trad
lulalioii 111 Ihe Oiu-ibboi
iturliut ir*isiderntioii of ha
-i letter manj
1 1
ffacted
1 i'
Diitt'fi DooununU
\oi Goiiig To i .S.
THI-; HAOUE, Dec. 9.
I



I
turning from thi In !!
1 nion confarence m London
1 ' ''"" Mi ''ii1' hlou for
OUI iargerei ...... u nounee-
1 loyce Devla. Arlena rui- (l .,. ( r
Urbaneja, N..rai ____________
I r Vll
rd 1.null.
., .lennif.
V !
St Johl
Heealey. Angela
>I\HKKT" HTHKn
determinallon for thi- people Ot
.-... i
lined ") a vital area of
ihe world Ma lama VI

Djeakei
;' ;
van Joao Carl'
1. ad .. Ual of 3S rpi la
.
I
j The list showed that the United
, States which sounded an appeal
intended


firm conviction that a .:
olementation of Use right
'
I Tun j Ma Is essential if pi
j t>e maintained in the .
of the world For tl
' new with particular regret the
(own of negolia*
!' in isis '
j Tunisia is today a dangrt apol
1 uidign 1.
spread far beyO)
thai country. It is for this reason
that we
f the |>nr-ient
-duatlon in Tun.
lonnl peace."
r.r.
:
D I race lawn
r on of fler j
'-.nor
General of South Africa ai

others int" M lunneaburg.
rty of evaa el Itas, 1 ,
Indtsni and tou loen
natives was ture*'"! for enterin# .,,. ,
the area without the permits aa
required under South African
race laws.
Police held the group under a
making It an offence
1.1 lives to break the law
or hold meetings attended by more
than ten persons.
r.r.
SHST/HEED STRGET 1 becoming a "SUUfeet" for Tnilt Sellers and
tnaa Csrd vendor* With City traffic growing dally si Cbrlstaosk
spDiosche'. ondmoa* on uiis earner do not add to tae raooth Sow
of traatc.
Tunisia Calm
MA, Dei B
free



Friday after the news b) 1


-i.r.
I n 11 iimu'nI lor
Philippines
YUGOSLAVIA
PLANS A1TTACK
LONDON. Dec. 8
I'ravsU. oOtclBl organ of th
1 "nmunm Party said to-

hours" occording to I Tau Agenct
eidon,
rj r
SAN I
1 ..
machinei..
t I'
I I L* n
I

1 d 1 ..ill be
V......
I 1' .-, 1
Ing to Jaek BlOCk

letting ,up
daily, ti.i.. |u
mng. L

ment I'.P.
CEYLON APPOINTS
RUBBER COMMISSIONER
1 OLOfefJ I :
a
>
1
Up .. 1
'


-cr.
Bank Expert In IJ.O.
IEOI
Mr Alt*-il VTStl
Hank, la here I

. :
Ihe 1

2nd Birthda)
lor Triplets
II be a day I
1
1 ry.On thai ' brlr* 1
'
1 lived al

. H
1
...

ind grow-
ruldn
'
nation, Ihei
of ever)

welfare
They U
,
Mrs. Oarsld W
eportedl ),,|* wril
There was also anot'a
ripleu In 1951. Thev

'-. January
NATO Membere Discuss
Middle Easl Defence
PAB1S Deo u.
Hu 14 nation North itv i,"*n
1 attention on tha M I
North *J
will culmlnati
next week 1 I '"''

. b te : 1 aid uanV

-en revised to
NATO
I 1 Turke>
ourcee.


... .1

,'mg 14
. pertj for

rhui day. unn
m.

111 Die, II Hurl Vs
HoiiH4-b Colltt|sr
tsARLErTTA, Haly, L>
"Isjilieii
I 14 Injun
aid when
otlapaed after 4S hour::
. .nn.
Troooe we.....died i< d Pol e
i'l Kreineii in reecutiig peroons
, ipped "1 Ihe wreckago while
he rain sttO u- .

'he downixKir collapsed

. dh-d l'-i '
work.
Prefei t Mario
it..11 who 1
Id i were
be dead and 14 in UT" d
'
t'.r.
Italian Racb Saeak
Flflgi Into AHatria
V.& Dollar
EAL I"-
The Ar .

I
I 1-

VIENNA A 1
1 1

rd
tiding the
.
managed to sneak Hag- H
Die i"/i -
-
1
1
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h'or Cn'<'k Linr
KEW 11 'iK.
John Q
I
Oeaarel
lino In D
lp "' th>


in.dd*n voyage from


program siting lh

ew shy* 23 Onn '
1 iasi agari rnoetl) tourial I
:..! ooneei
tx>rdei-
'

'
Mr Hi I
.ment of



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will give

ing in soul
N 1

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PAGE TWO
B UtB 1D0S 1I1V04 Ml
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crosswi! ia
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I
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CkHMmm* b ll,. H /.
on \iid-
1
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.,.,, ntitia i
ami no
i Hoillil
.i* Mm laiurence

i.nd foui m i
Ml v. i *.....i .
\I !. Y-:.|
1M Ave llellev
war he *M mii H.A.F navigator
He am IPOrtDJ Wtlh ",. Aluminum
Union Mr! with oAcm off the
Ibwid.
Curih Tour
AUUVII* .....mum
bt ii w i \ rrom
dk Mi R Oroom OOd, Export
Mai-ni'i ( Allen {Hid Hanhury-
Ltd.. manuhwturtng > hrmlu tnd
maker- of surgical iMtnilMtlll
i.nd hoapri i.f Lon-
don. Fjigland.
Mr. Greenwood Who will !-
her** until Thursday .ii a guest
.t the OcajH Vim How -.
making a gcm-i.il surv-
1-iKh. iii th. I
Ii MmaU
what ilu> situation Ll with ihjaitl

tod with iii
other entails
From Bart i i i* going
on to -I" 'uiniiiu to
London.
Ft Tnul'- I niom Gpm/r*pm <
MR P. I. WAl.rorr. M C 9
left msWt(Ikv BMIfBtBI bj
SMU.A. for Trinidad en route to
o da Janlro la attend lha
Biennial Conference <.f ih<- OOB*
gross of the Intel -American Re-
gional OrgaoftaaUot (OJI i T I
an affiliate i Union*.
Mr W..
tan i.f iiie 11,1111*1.* w.-rkeiV
Union and Chairman ol
of OR.I.T
Prh'- U |HBMn
PRIZE WTNNUIS in
at "Woudide- r.ni
unlay in aid of local
i Prtat ni
i.ne irni o Maaara Louis
I'n/i .. IV. ml
Ml Artmu M-vhev
I Prtt
Sjhc
HotOl
Wlnnafl can call at Woucuddv
1 convenl-
prliai
HIM i.RAl r iiimim
s'tt, bghkPml wi
MM I I LORIM
youngest di

Mi Tatar, si
John ha- : .\ , \,
' i I

Pen's I
i noral H afore ei
! rnborough Hospital Kent
he u now a staff nurn1
I
*'udtea In mlduif.
Ml/A SAW/ CnrihlM<,
ARRIVING M ih, ,
by RW.I.A from <
nd lira.
T O. Friend Thev hf
I
!!
employed in the
he Shell
mj in Carson*.
H ffk-fitil l 111.,.'
MIt J Mlll.U. K AU
it: Ltd .
NiMocfc retuj
via Ifaa Jfort
iad iv nmh'.
bolfaU] Thaj
n^id a van i
ind were gtod Ii
In 'Hue f,,i Chi '
I
m Sunday mitht fr V ... U. ,id Mr*.
1 I Iju'I who have re-
turned 10
Fur'. Si JamOh
Willl.im Roberts of
iii U S.A. Mho i> a
i- i to Baruo-
l*li'i:-uri' Trip

U

I W LA
II-rt l, CkH$imm

' I A fr


Havk f nun I ni-ziu'lii
Marenol

-*trt- r David A:i| I
i "hriatmai


*/n nl I if U..A-
M;> ol tii



Unvk
I
lid Finance ):
-
Vnnuiil Ihiliiluy
Shohdaj
with r.i
(; M.- Ken/ie. non of Mt am*
1 I i: M Ki ... In,- Rank
1
ll v. bj "WIA
D v. he ha*


Mi iha pa
Mr lie Keni t
month
t Ol IM.h III!
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tl fur Bllof.-^l '.[>,.
" "* Ml> '.m**. MM, _, IP "** '
1 *V ft K^L,"' ?""" '
HIWTKRS
Nairobi

ii I

M*a elite
. (1 dinner

i
1. I I I %
it,, t, \kiiln-i Juan
M1|N.. .1 \ON
..\iai. am t ihn


l. Tua it i i rr... t. .. uwst
. MirtM -no aei
i P/tiH vMt ! r "
A Hi i boH*
veneapala

ml their two CDlldn
.. Btng i.
BW1A n

\\\ Van l')>k i head of the
i iespoa i
De| artmanl i*i the Shall Carfl)
1
Mm. Koberu la a gueat at thr
Hirtel
To Jiimnien
MBS HAY DA SILVA
.....
i ovct the
week-end by R.W.I.A. I
!
nl the latt ' Ceorgle 1
1
trie Roy d R.iok "f
b
Aw i/.f//i
MR. JAMES RIRKET:

. i aturnad to
Curacao ta HWl\ on Monday
ling i
lita ir tlw
/ in Triniilnrf !/>/
Mil PRBD IIURKKI !
;:..- j B ttcoos I
il< to take part let
Cbrlitnaga i
Will taVe plnre at
Par! Savannah
Mi i

an Raflnarj In Caraeaa,
in Baibadoa foi
hoUdaj ii'
Sutiiiday evening by H W I A
i ponied ''> bla wtfl
fanl dauahter Jarriuellne and 15
, ifh Club
\i
i' on Salurda> brOan
..nd Mrs.
Kilih|UC B tier, frit
l) I and Mr mid Mr
Q It I Brauilk who will be
ll Oci .in V
H i
I it I ran i I
MJACX BAYLSt
I UhhranaJ Agenc
Uhrasafl
i thmuKh Barb
k-and on I u I
(-lands.
Mi n turn- on I'li'l...

LKW W
Ini^. ..n i ipul i
i
B W I \
Ii .
for the i

BY THE WAY . Ily Heaeheomber
WHAT kind <.f .i |;i.
Fmilenough. is Hu m.it,
.
i about her .ind then
loiaifl mi ludo tiii
ninney""
It IV llM I lltdl \V^V M,., | lit U
that in ho offanaiva,'* rapUad Vlu

"Without your numiy." said
..... uppoaa
I could afford to buy you jewel-
thao1 1 lovr
your mi,in arould help
I > t., makf > ...i i
1 wish t .ould belleA'c you."
aald Vlu Brevti
I i.ften wish I could believe
rinself ' leplled Foulennugh.
Thv ermkm fM*
ONF who vlgns hlms. U
eua" gnurag me thai my aur-
pne at rea is unwarraoiad The rrookad
, .
ad round R .ornri I
ll it Is admitted lh.it
Hula galnj nouuhg tn wsninia ot
......ki-l 1 do not
see Ihr point ft '
i tin not Buppoaa," nyi the chan
plon i,f the rrooked But*, "thai VOU
dragged into
vataj nr, win.
iHithing I WOUU enjiA
>,, i, 1 .! i- .. torfCl thr
ll Flairto
where GtaCOB I
that a thing iv onlv crool
see it crooked Whtrcupou l
iwaafca nai noaa
vmlcntlj. ii)itiK 'I w|h to act H
cM-.ke.i-' But What i nil 'hi- to
Spaj tfoil/pvn rt'atly mrrr
THE time draws near wlm. Uv
Saucy Air* FfoMr. r.
| i mad flotilla, will nava to
tx Unvad to bar last home an<
broken tip l^t roe add thjt then
i nd nothing
i|i unless tha n
taken in h.mil very soon Mrs.
Withers) that ev
,...-., ii
.hi ihi gaaaD mi up by itn
I
T the rotten itructun
Bli Rwart Hodg-
na] hroni the Loto-roa
i-..*er rtOUaa; "Use more glue
was acted upon to lbs. wlthai
unlgp Ahou' lour beus, -he *ix-
nalled Call 'o bulk-
> ad *o the long epic wears
Ii grading; close.
short ttmry
URSULAI Ursuir-
rllacryran)
The girl took not the Uflj
tic*. Mi Q|
u .i i .... ttrrastaani
i ,i i.i...-
i

sn\. XltlH 1. IHI (
.itll.M,
i.. M-n.ii,.n arHJ
"OMW* M t. M\|
I .f-O-.u
rulo. M
\
5 Bird.
1 l*rlured. .1*1
i? Ssa.-irO'.
urj. <3i
- mu riiid Mialtar
.1. I4i
W. PfoOt*JrMiti .
' it rXirdai *

*y*; 17, Sni
i~..^-... it.,.



ADVOCATE BRIDGE
Until Dec. 24th
REMEMBER
FREE QIFTS
Spemi ii"" I ..-..........i
H a Raa.
The bigger the purchase the
It. tter the Gift.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Ol
Ki.llun Inn-
JOINT AND
MUSCLE PAINS
may mean kidney trouble
A f ocnfi of the ktdaeva to MBiuU
hanaatal uapanues from the vyatem. If the
kiaaiya grow li-.iggwh. thet unpunUca
m Mrtirila- <* mitd accaaiuUtF and
ecttte. and bece*ne a canea of pain and
uffering id |oint and muaciea.
The way to tackle the root of the uonble
a to help the kidn-/*. They should be
toned ap with De Witt Pills the medicine
OMtda apaciaUy (or Una parpoae. Dc Witt's
PUli have soothing, clomoauig and
aauasptit actwn on the kidneys that /
brings them back to perform their
natural function properly
De Will's PUla are a very well-tried
remedy Tbry are sold all oear the world
and we have many tetters from sufferers
telling of rohef gamed, after years of
aaffenna after taking De Wins Pills
They act on the kidneys quickly. Why
not try them for your trouble? Co to
your chemist and obtain a supply to-day
De Witts Pills
art fnaet isectsly foi
BACKACHE
JOINT PAINS
RHEUMATIC PAINS
LUMBAGO
SCIATICA
OUR GUARANTEE
De Witt's Pills are
made under strictly
hygienic conditions
ana the ingredients
all conform to rigid
standaids of purity
DE WITT'S PILLS
for Kidney and Bladder Troubles
/
rljrriion Ctay
>ealer Fast
turn, ill
I.. I I Hill 111


II i
ii nm \*i -i u m ia. ii

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.1 in. ll', T-'ltAl
. Load U. ha .omo-'
d> I no l-inl I*. v.
rttly u*
i ihrna*
lO *-
Listening Hours
WHnniAl in i i Mm a is iaat
i> , tw Maws, io i'i Hm
i OnV*f B i '
as hi *- ii i'M auti
K p m 11 p n.
uaairi. Cbaaw. p m asaru
I I p ill Tttr Nl
v
...
i i-. I- *. is sijau. aniu
I ll i
I m M*> I .omr In. I II p
Ivwarerl I JO |i n I
a. a i
i a p in Jsm It.
mt. to ia p m rr... as
10 ii i> .> M.d .+ Talk
K Q 10 a 7 4 3
muddied raj"
. jf
i! tak.na -lie ^uDw-r or
Araaa doun.'-i
ila One Club sail. Iforui
ltd Ev bid One
1
\ Ii .1 o| X/WO UIUOB KOH'C
tistihe ot .
I'.---Wer.t eontrar:
ne to 0S.U I'
lb ad *.
Tl - N Truusi'
I T-'ling v
Wo>; alao paaanB ou< a
Ui Md One t)V|e
1
naaaeO acam
i i
.li:#d bi No-tn n ,
>tf Ttiree No-TTum"-
-> ri'i- .wie'-'-i,-
rt
Wast. This wen' Mm
"i aa i
FREE
ENGRAVING
All pens btiujjht from us
will be- engraved with
your name or initials freo
of chary <
Si, Y"u: JeweUen
Y. lie LIMA
& IO.. LTD.
20 Broad St.
Marine Gardens,
jnd at CJreystone Village
PEN PALS
K8 Old Mint Street.
VaUettj.. Malta
Bth. OrtobCr INI
i uh West Indies
llUiga in e*"hangp for which 1
Mih U iB ,i i ..ther Mcditer-
. ran give good
my good ones sent
readers would be interested In Thanking ro m anticipation.
exchanging stamps with me Youn t;'ithfull>.
i win be psaaaad victor f denaro.
Saturday Night
QALA
^ RE.OPENINQ
UAH MOM, \\
Pleaie Dial 4000 for Dinner and Table
Reservaliom
lOIIAI.
RBBBf
11.rn
ha.
horn
Msai
Mr%. S H. Slaitlon
Miinueer.'Vi
I'honi-
,1172
I.IIAMOIMIO.M. Ill I OIIIIS
<>nl\ 50 DlOfd I" ClCKM VOU can BAVd these at J
I for SI.IHI
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
em Broad ft Tudor Sis.
Lll li MARLENE
TOKYO FILE 212
rVars. -'!"
.m a i P , Mi | .!
THE BLUE LAMF Oh THC LOOSE
!> Jaan FVANK A
MtXCAK HAYRIDF TABZAN S PERIL
ii QOI i
i ui i

gmM gain
-ii vi a ra\n~
Whip
WIIJM
1
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, i
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1
WAGONMASTER
Urn lain
sll BI .
4 45 a Hja p m
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t Oil
1^-,. cionrKv *
Bowery Boyi
and
sn via Tsvn-
Jlrii> WAKBI.V
g CAMEBON I
FOffT OSAGE
ReHHAI I III ilHI S
Mil -I i HI i ii av
SAMSON
AND
DELI 1411
as tfour
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SAMSON
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DELILAH
Techn eolon
*tiirrin(
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ROYAL
t.. ti.- a t ,- ,,.-
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no uoia mi ion
Wlih
Dun Annehr
Myina Lay
and
an.i h
oowgdn
w.th
It ,1 AWHi.lt A
I,, i cash
rrldsy rnnlji
Dauble
ii iiiian
1.......1 DANOI Hoi .
mormaBioh
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THf ivory
HUNTER
a a
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.KATIE DID IT
and
inr DAKOTA UP
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and
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iTRTAIN I.AIFS
Hiim OOTVOM -iti i N H
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WI1ITK COTTON SHIFTS NO v lil
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PI.AIV WHITI I'll.l.llH ( \sl.s He & 98...
U'HITK Pll.l OS < ASIS
COLOURED MSMS *l.ll
I IIIKK MATT'tl ss. s :i fi. -i, n
:i li. r, is hSU
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f. I OBI
in li\i AMI TOMORROW 4.45 A 30
II 1YI Hilt IO IHi>IS
[CORNEL wTLXOt GENX TIlftNKYl
god
RBIU ISiilHM
ittlCARDO MONTABLANt
Openin. FRIIIAV A New Double
IMIM Hill III K TO KMH K Rieh.u Widmnrkl
AND
KIIIKN Ol Mil. It.WN illale IU>baj|gOBl
YES.'.'
These are some
Items for the
Home . .
Suuccpuns-Aluminium
and I-ii-inul
Cups
l'rcssure Cookers
PRINCI OP
'SfaeudOft*
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
I YOUR SHOP STORE
^_^-_^ _____ **"_____ 4,?n I
R0D
CAMERON
JANE NIGH
cimcoios
DAT A SATDBDAT
.45 A B.3 p.m
4/ 4-OISTIN
IDIAL 6404)
The CORNER STORE
FOtt .V.ff.l.S SHOWIXi.
Icing Tubes
Icing Sets
Patlie Pans
i;..,H in pans
Kiovrs2 & 3 Burners
i in ii" Table l.-mips
Thermo". Jugs
Ire Cream Freezer
Aluminium Waiters
4 Minrers
_ ~>
'Kitchen Knives
Fish Turners
Spoons
I'ntatn Mashers
Rirers
Graters
Skeives
Strainers
Rn Beaters (rotary)
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"I I'M Ml l\ in I I Mm K In. IMJ
II MUMMM AIIMK ATI.
I'M.I ll'Kl.l
BANISH CONJIIPAIION
OVt&NIGH,'
BROOKUX .1 the sure .o>
Report Of Salaries Commissioner
Do, Sinloi Ih> I
BROOKLSX ,. tk- fi*w _. *'v"-w ""
^^ commend an; rrmnfe, : ?' Ofl"tmi.-
ilmrnt of the rcpnn ,i *J~
. SSL** """'" BaWIM It.
^ferred to
BROOKUX .. th. S3fewr
Bits* M||
BROOKLAX


lishod:
By totter dated 3Mh August. -_e ,__,*;,
+m* wh .he Mtowing nnn>S;
h h*a*d ann
I have

would
ramotlon, not
-ivese posts until he
tral yean' training. e.g.
j ..
md th.it
oflnq in this category be
IgJ i.niei
ml their

Financial Implications
nnd
[ and

CHOCOLATE
LAXATIVE
Ajwu:
H JASON
ONtS A CO LTD
KLIM
is produced
KLIM
par* safe
MILK
Frt I. PirffrUK. tht WM Olid
i <~i";-.",
' : . .
the remuneration of all
In I ....
excluding those covered In the 4 x*\*\ ,i > .. j,(I(h eulele ih
Turner Committee Report, ,.,>- ,peration. MM*
except where if i< cor- ,;
anomalies still exist M would C.O.L. Allowances "me parto-i t vu represented i> mn
hy the recommen- a, |n ,hf B(lrbado. ..,,.,..ima menis. (hat anomalies have arisen it. a* Education
of IPtH ihe eust of livml Wh" ''"> "mcers. -I-
I
i living TKraS
> grade of salary who will
would hare been si
to i>e mad*
special
kfsrtnd points: i Mtertai

colonial
Secretary
\
Oeaira]
i! Caafdfaj
M. Post Oniee
axe ' S-ietir, A
etire Agriculture
bcal
'icTax*
Death Ihitir-
water wet
Bupl i .
.mi* I
Am.....i- i,
Supervisor* 11
I'irttal Supt I
Accountant 1
District
Inspectors S
Office Supt 1
Office Supt. 1
' ANQtHt* SHINING tXAHrtt Of
\\ I'//
2
QiEtoico
Tbare'i always a clean hygienic
frsararvs in every room where
th* SMiMilii Paata
cleanser is used. Pots, fans.
aadTilea,Sinks, and Paintwork
respond quickly to its treat-
saeot tbare'i not a scratch
la a mountaia of Oemxo.
Ska i ..... ...-,.
basic sal- assumptior

corporatad
..-.- .....
i i ivuw.1 tm ,- : I mfr .. ., ,
Howance i 'nrge

111 etal ool
'' The Bartadoa OcnwUMnl h
granted a coat of living: alkn
elTe.-t from Ihe Itith let

irie
to w II
il the prop

wall nan i.aoi'r b"
Iculaied 0fflfr
: i ' i a v .
I be remedied Krigm-.
. .1 the Government |g empowered **( labour Dept. Labour
index;
In ) the genii .1 i
lemuneraiioti und sup
animation payment *
the Colony
Civil Samoa;
(b) To enquire Into Bfl I
on .in la June IM~I
Kep.
I*8' AtttaUftUM r TrarwJer
? nineiida- has risen 10. i | with Ihe M Before n
''I I am of the , | f^| that I n ,
adjustinenta artMi
iro'. prtaani ume to consolidate iheae ih __..
-iJ .-.
the 30th November, 1952 for ihe rrvi.on ol , ,
2 In view of mj bus, ... C|v|| S^1. A.
irioyTjlcfotattonTea* Aaatata 'V1''."' "" w
daar on accepting Ihe appoint- Just men t of which moul
n eni that. matter of neajoUaUocI a
,al 1
i U i increments,
.,.. 11 "i'.>
,.. .-. in nt. Pri.....

VII o h ||,

...,. II Social
.\li|--,iili.,-.
*
i A. i
Al.
Fnslmi'i
IVrnonin-l
oin^.i
Junior
Senior iv
u.
f..,c om. -
Monim'...Tm * I.vii-i.hiim
Ch"dre\HhT Hot Deh*
the ilW'1" J nrtnUli^t
would not ix> ibte 'o taka to time bvtween the Oovarninawl (rinsfeT ahtmld i>e rompari
10
Koi aflaNN in Omn A I |lt<^
ii "v or a aan v 144 -i.*:,n
nparoa tovovrablv with
ijaries in Trlnldnd to Principal



'

I
Don't let that
COLD take hold!
Juvt a few dropi of Vspex on your
handkerchief, and on your pillow
at night, will clear the head in-
atantly. Vapcx rcli
rromihclintd.-ephi
Vapcx is highly
economical, and
pleasant to
4 arai.i. / r*-* CaflW
up residence in Barbados for and I \
' ngth Of "'
tune.
(b> 1 woui.i 1 1- ik a tm
vUtts to U;irbados for tba lurpose of interviewing As- eration Outside the Service
Heads ..f Depart- 7. With reicrPnre to (n) (lit
- ,-xini nulivimnib ;iihI of of the terms of reference I have
obtaining information which rarefullv examined the return* of ilmiMir 1 >'
would l nj I"- employers, to which I'u.iuiaph l ol Ub \
vestigations. and made in Paragraph T heu.f n Report
lloaj 1 Hm dejailael rk raui
would I-
3 I returned from leave m mu dispenser*, aruaai > < Imnosaibla toi in* t'oiomat
UntUd KUftono, , ,h, .,.s.
tamber and paid my nrM \ -n ' The Labour C omiinsiorier h 1 alariaa .mi
Arbadoa during the ... furnished me with
to 26th September I Ha. payable by ,-erta 'r">""
turnad to Barbados I""R<^- tries. Some firms have contrlbu- ,.niin(i ,.
lober and stayed lot the fol , F-Iltlll N.fs o( ^ .
mg PWwds: and pay annual bonuses BtiagHnW Is not ,, new
1st4th *>-tin'i to then- bUuT. dependent upon the wai j, ,
24th I I annual profltl of their imdrrtak-
Prior 10 >'- In some M
lot of pieiimmiii y work, are substantial. Then are. how- f,. I(,, |,ur WPI,
4 Dm : number -.f en
ferenves I plovce- in the OoV
The Civil Service Association. vice In respect of whom there are whole The Police and Fire llngade no comparable 1 according U SI M
. Association. Service. thew>
The Association of Assistant B^l, of RecnmmeiHlaliaMs
.School T. 1 Beeoncktr] H lo pnragraph IB
schools all ol whom had Tut net 1 I apart it b
. mil tod most coir., m'- ,-, :.-,.0 BarOStdOl
Iranda. limited ecooomk resources eould
I had interviews with the Mana- no- afford the level of salaries
I gers Of nil tht- Banks, the ''" :" paid In Ti Didad pi < "1 the
. Chamber .if Commerce, posts dealt with In thai
Mary of the Barbados On close examinat'on of the sal-
Mutual Life Assurance Company urip., ol ".
and the Marshals of th..... r r iinri thai the
1 interviewed th* of II "f As-
1 mg Head* of the following depart- ^tutanl Heads of Dapartmanta
eon. 11
CotODlal Secret.,iv 1...... Trinidad
public llarhot. Public TruaUe, (owar gradai carbi
pi lice prisons. Oovonunanl in- hlfhar lhai
dustrial Schools. K d J Cltl 0 n ,, .- fl
iBd Aci icultura, PubUi i.,
Library. Medical. Pul lie i
I-ibour. Highways ami Transj
Airport. Housing Board. Wain- hftV). ,r:i)t.,,. |he COI
work-., social Welt.ne Controls, ,h.,t ,| *,,ui.i I., fair and aquit-
t ate. The Chairman and int,i, . ,;,rv proposals
Manager "I the I' ^rneralh oil the Trinidad
Hank. ,.- .!., lahiiuj
M the fOifcrwlnf ntioi e I-'ween the
The Public Library. Tlw PUbll ,.,,. ,,1 ..... of I vmg allowances
fWUid cnf. '" (11
,1,. with as mat Append.
I
ninanda- Coal of
i ih.. officer ,j"nvmrM'.b>' "'* 5* "??**- yy*"*
I .1' III!
I '-'" -"it Proposed
the Asso- aalan 28fl :) 45* 2IM-3MO
(Ojua ll Of null- All..
rhlel I'le.itiy
ii on then
liehalf by \
I? In the 1
propose t.. deal apactfleally with
I'flcers. and
1 ! 'ilTl-
^-*''^s*1
li.ti. Mil tm TIMS
I do not prrifwKf am rat
iiai lot Dtoat 111 Opata it
I have been informed that the I
term Assistant Engineer" la a I
lot WhOB) Hie In.Idem of these
I.'M a px-i I-,...,. 1.. .
, -----------------...' ....... ..
I>oiiM grl a 1.
aajataasaaaai aeaalcnM tie
ihi
d dai : Mo u m*a lor
.11 I.....' i -me. as*
ihbd .-* ihati del
-.-. nmerided smaller "s,s ,l" "" "*""' '"> ''"'d ny |
thoaa paid i.. "*''"^"i" "main.,
r;ifii()m( *~fa^ Mf ^canatAMd "-an I.I thai
imllo olrJceN lvin o,v ''"'"'' h"'d "< h ituaUAea-
, '"'"' ""' : o< *a.....ipartmant
',- ,nf.^M. l \ "" ""'"| " "" -' * p""-1
.ieai with those requir. has raceittll OOUload -maliflca-
" eon me. t , |, .,,. ., Ik.h liii( ,
nt that
he should have
, | r 'hat with i-h
Posts in lAcrtilive t.radr ,,
MM| 1.92ii x 1202.KWI
II4JM* l'":1' hBeornmi ad thai |
13 A- these posts were dealt
rurne, CommittM '" JUg..... ,*>
.,. quote in full tie th. v, review "$*, TtiK!^
'" 'he Ii m ol refer- 2E2L2F iTThS Z BdSlS2
ing tne nxlng f..... A, ,...... H, ot
tor* on pro- servi e ^isorlatton and eeruin !
""Il" raise,! J ', 7 .,tm .
S, nior ( lerks and fhUcer* ol
' ii thu aMajarj I Similar Stains
provides for an linmadiata ... (hi and oWainad the pan MM s I22.HHI1
rv to an omca n .,. i,,.., u,,. (kw- ii ii. ..i, salan "i an
rnof to review the poaHloii of ofl abon is ., ;
ll* I '..Inn. I
tivaiitsK i.. hi lassaT, -
khU ilrhu.n.
h I Id rm l'i...!.. i
paa
Hivrmlwt, lo... thai in in*.
it.....tstag rasuats m .. i.....i %
and lack of alrrim - |
. hihtrrn (be atari ihr> r.e. .1 I
rk In .....iif |-i..i
alum ..ill help
, do rhen bei
o
.> d...
i rat Ion
psMM
I food Md 'he
I hijhc.t

m i" lo .hdJrtw.
Give YOUR Children />< //. u.i.a
OVALTIl^E
- and Not*' thv IHJfrri-nro f
Ihe
office Is greater thai
i. ... ....
: Il.t til.
of aalan aqul poati affdeh

i

during
M fornkei p| i .
drawn, bafora he h ei *
dfOjO he; tlr-' imr-ii"'.'
now ''"
I
,
le higher scale.

lUona re
..t thaaa
aajaaj oraasad in
nie
ion ol part of Ihe
(In Pair 8.
lie
IMI-oaTaaTI Mata that tfe* torga .Ii. O.alttaa' N lOMaioi 1* oa ...
oii.ti\i>: PJIH4 1 ITU ^
rtaiar* aarf ataaahifiiU* imp. 0*.lr... n .Ml ' .11 nfaa-a. IW* >< -.**# t,.... Iht > -tiavrni. ,r-i,,.i,f, i |- I -Ovaitiw*. an4
IXwn laiM i''r (,..n. Imir f-.*.. l>ra*l.iw S..-S...I --r ..... IBSi Jtl-al* an- d*Hane>-Sl Isi
(.W-*".aIW taf. hi
qualifications.
eg. ho if nr of
' i iirofeaaional qualid.
ration.
b) practical aaparianoa
It] in leutlet>hi|i and
handling staff.
I Ii -ruMny of the oJjtoj|
i that moat of them can
liar officers
Market. The Qaneral Hospital, navabic-
The Mental Hospital. The Pin.i). ,n' particular ea<^e
Uld Trlr
for special
wnwrv the loon acllcal oxperii no .
in young aradu-
HAOS IT THE MONKS OF ftUCKFAST ABBE
K/ou feel worn out. depretsad, or
Itnerally run down a iUn or tw-
a day of Buckfait Torii' Vrine will
quickly r.ior lost 9ft*rff and
tone up the whole nervous ivtttm.
Ghrinf new vitallt* It fortifies ru.
aralnst fever and exhaustion and
ramamaar. Buckfait Tonic Wine
it eipeclally valuable
after I I I n 111.
Fit and Trim
fromCoaslloCoattf
Coingpljccioronbu*!.
nets bent. jir-niinii.-J
travellers appreciate
the cooling solace of
"4711" Genuine 1.1- dc
Cologne, its fragrance
and delightful chirm.
Lctitrcfrcshyou.too.
"up above" and 00
the ground.
TAKI H O M I
BOTTLE TODAY
Have you always wanbad amort, dia-
linctive clothe* rlothea that were cua-
tom-mado for you** It'a child's play to
aew your own droaaaa with "Teimle"
Pabrica, the material apecially 'listened
for quick and eaay arwinf. See how
-nil pie it ia to plan your entire ward
robe with "Tei-made" faahion-ris;hi
pattarna and colora.
Tit [Kipular filenwnod p.ttlarn nhown
here haa all ihe oodafful (|u.ilitiee that
h;iv<* made Te made" famous it's
lonK-wearinR, nunfaat and lubfnat, and
m> easy lo launder, loo.
Fie sure to look for :n. '
Ing and identification bandsyour
iruarantee of sjenuine "Tei-made" fab-
ric* ui vat fast colons.
IS WELL MADE


'Ml Fot'R
ii\rr\imin \ii\ih \ii
WKDNESOAT, PECEMBEB W. 1
BARjJAWE.A ADVSCATE
I *r aw A**.*.t. m i
"x%S I SEE IT"
Wg I till It \ll<>\
i D which has been extended
Slate for the Colonies
aaUng the Government of Barbados to
: MUM tu be
. ai Will compel Um
Stilly and
rill lead to a clear statement
of Bait:... with regard to fed-
eration. The dale ol the conference has
the subject matter of
:' the Secretary of State to
Weal Indian government! has not been
publish)'. LatUfl 1 Jamaica.
Trinidad and the Windward and Leeward
islands have accepted the invitation to the
London COQftnnoe, The government of
Barbados cannot accept the invitation
until the Legislature has replied to the
Govaraor'f BHsaatge on the subject No
doubt Mr. Adams has befst. CUsKtlaWillf the
subject of federation fully sml It must be
high on the list of his priorities for debate
In the General Assembly. It is poeaible that
\ lerobly may discuss federa-
tion before the end of the month, but in
view of the arionman of the decision
which has to be made the debate may be
postponed until January.
By Um end ol January, however, both
the General Assembly and the Lagatiafive
Council will have to make up their minds
whether tit rtOl to accept the invitation to
London Should the decision of either one
or both chambers of the legllllllirci be
i solely to acceptance or rejection
of tbi' invitation to attend the London con
I-ointment will be ex-
e ) by all thV i ard Bar-
badian faUure to make up its mind about
federation as harmful to the interests of
the community.
The legislature must make up its mind
whether Raj hull m Intend! to take part of
not to take part in a British Caribbean
federation. Traditionally Barbadians are
opposed to federation because of self inter-
est. They have been convinced that Bar
bados leads other West Indian islands in
many respects and that participation in a
political federation would reduce Barba-
dos' Influence in the British Caribbean
and would lead to lower standards of liv-
ing in Barbados.
The fear of becoming grant aided islands,
of having like the majority of the Wind-
wards and Leewards to look to
the British T r a IIUI y to balance
the annual budget is a healthy fear
based on the soundest British tradi-
tion that political independence goes ill
with linancial dependence. Fear of having
to dtvert preaanl Barbadian revenue to-
wards the upkeep of more backward West
Indian, islands is not. however, the only
: Barbadians. The representation
proposed for the Federal General Assem-
blj WOuld JtVe the more backward Lee-
wards and Windward islands a greater
voice in the tranaaction ol federal business
than Barbedee* Foi an [aland with expen-
ence of more than three hundred years of
nment the
out by the combined voicea ol island!
which have loat the representative instttu
tiOM they formerly possessed might seem
to be a going backwards rather than an
advance towardi greater eau%governrnent
Tins may happen In political federation
as proposed m the Ranee report
The two traditional Barbadian fears are
real and arc not. as is sometimes unkindly
said iii .Jamaica and in Trinidad, the typi-
cal reaction Of a narrow, small island men-
tality. Barbadians have much to lose by
federation: their gain! from it are prob-
lematical. What then is the legislature to
do?
Knsily. they must get to grips with the
lituation and stop putting off tin day of
Every member of the General
Aaaembly must read and study every line
111 the Kauri- repOTl On Closer Association
and where disagreement with the report
i amendments ought to be made.
member must bo quite clear in
her own mind as to whether or not
the closer association recommendations in
Um Ranee report conform to the true fed-
eral principle and he or she must be quite
a that federation and not some other
form of clooer aaaociation, ejr., unitary
government is best suited to West Indian
needs.
If after full consideration of the Ranee
' e Legialature of Barbados rifoeta
to participate in West Indian federation
even though it accepts the Secretary of
State'! Invitation to attend the Umdon
conference then each member ought to be
quite happy with regard to the future
development ol Barbadoa I'nless Barbados
comes i, on the ground floor
its Influence in I federation Will be lessened.
That is obvious. On the other hand. Bar-
try strong trump card to plav
uld make this islands entry into
a) upon the location in
e Federal Hi adquartani Not
rould the siting of Federal Heed-
raault In a greater volume
oyment and revenue for the lal! id
but the actual number of Barbadian repre-
the Federal Assemblv would

Hvei would Ik' subject to Die vi-
and highly developed local public
The logical consequence of ministerial
h if government, Dm
i: (icipation In a
I
Crown Colony system is doomed to
-< must think seriously about
rtion.
GOOD LOOKS DO NOT
Prrhsps th. grt..ic*t shock II. --. ,... ,
on. "* ^ Mldc *PP*,'I
arrival l,4Hrrnri'liiirnooH ro ore mu,x- ",h the kinmpraml Ignen M-iinly have .. aider appeal
Wfst Indies, ir H Mfcsei has promised that if i -"thai. Association Cup
lgnoram.- most Wni Indian* tum 'i r v,-raUon
having got over the hoc* to i*--'**1 '*M played
vould i* read] lj*t- T'^1 ,n many
and for*. \ It Ml <*ow way startnt i| rwmd
arrive* who 'k udntng 'uboidie It i the n#Jsi which all th*>
His unoVl w..- ng loo great a Uttl*. loral chffM get a chance
Of mi it Calcutta, Boa > weak. "gainst the btf prafeadonal ones.
Indian luh-ConiiiM-nt David giant
crossed in every illi.ulloa and could be worked init but there al- *il.*rs iiavo alwajr* hod a popular
Ceylon. Pakistan. aaastera !>.,1-- wa>* remains one snag. Britain is Ptxol. Of course the little dubs
tan and India reduced I .ise an industrial country and inua* are nearly always wi,--d out. I
f Barbadoa If raaalng ex- *id nearly alw. v nnce always
would then Mop u. thirik fur ft pOTl uittriea a hc or two o! :.
mlruile I i l<, the BOBt of "eir l>IK oppoiKiiU and become,
reduce Die Indian lub-ConUnent living UMtl F*UturTs the local heroas uxl "ie toast of
to that siw the West Indian P'^V tad 1 niak- !1 lover* of sporl. Lwn( of aport
islanot become non-existent That '"a* "l> 'oe Indei .*nd any increases Is certainly the mst apt descrtp-
is exactly where they are to ihi* in fi--i prtcei CaUaM ' the British P-.iblic You in
man In the street id Rngland. y> ;;*'-. !Hm wurkwa al nncp I filial not judge all
Seeing that the ultimate responsl- onMU innen by th"*e that Britain
i iiity fo. Weal contracts it e*port rnc English can
and dew i eta pottttaal can not avea though "pprcciaied in England. West
and economic resides witd lived a com- Indians believe Uiat a love of
Memu-r of parliamont eta UM "> Ubi incoinc tax or aport is Weat Indian, but how
by the Kngli I. i sn Walter many West Indians would queue
lack ol ajpiealalioil of Colonial Monktun M.vaster of 30 or more hours in snuw or sleet
affairs reflects no credit to anyone I-1' Uf tried to withheld the to gel a Ucket for a football match.
Now if the Englishman knows wage increases after the last It does not nutter bDW much
nothing al the Weat Indies, is the Budget but the Trade Unions con- accustomed one kl to cold, .
score on the other side very much cat -1 perature of freeung or balow is
better'* I have lived Is gngUnd peataUon f the contracts and all cold and when there is wet snow
for many years now .,: v.n- ayrted. covering your boots and sleet
taanjl Weat Indiams who haw expected trlckluig down one's collar, in the
cone to England. Although the h* the poticy ol UM 1W52 Uuiluet pitch black of a NorUMra night
degree of knowledge about U I the result can only with a biting wind going through
England is by no means negligi- mean In. u- any number of layers of clothes,
l.le. the statements that are freely larly highe- i and when not only men but Carle,
*md rerj oftaa, unaTunlj forth- T"^|-, lal aan and old woman do that
coming. show that the West tha > there can be no doubt about the
Indians have much to learn about Both Qasi ira artp that sport has upon the
England. back la -irwl natives. I recall Mr. la-saey from
To those readers not fortunate It is obvious that unless one is I'oint-a-Picrre in Trinidad, tell-
enough to come to the Old O '-1. lr"* appalling, com- ing me he was awns t
try and see for themselves, I hofx* petition (at b M tab at Lord's on Thursday.
I will be able to bring some upon us again. Many here as well That was the SunU.r. before ami
or En*:land of today throughout tin WeM I anojulrad if he had Ma ticket.
It Is over a year since the Indie* will be hoping that some He loplled "We, but 1 shall go
Conservative have been in power mOdiAcatlon "f ;i .- about 10 ftaa. After all.
i-ud that should bd a fond mile- merit on Trade and Tariff will en- play docs not begin until U SO
Mono by which u> pause and sue from
aaaess the results of their policy, woalth Conference (i A T T. as it nesday eveninf the BBC jti-
UnfortunatelY. the moment at )- commonly called was signed nounced that there was a queue of
which thai is being written is years ago. Today* world Is far over 400. Around a m on Thurs-
thff interval between the end of distant from that. Then 11 pro- flay the police '- the Truman Admim tton was desirable sad any 'roni joining the queue, n was
tho actvent of the Ei.^cnfiowcr (UsYI n "lreody more than twice the capa-
Adimnislration. Until the sign- f" ^kctand
posb of the Eisenhower Admim- cheap Japanese goods would glut FbotDSUi the Oaftl have
stration have Uh-h put up th.-rv eveiy market and red ptured Ifte at^nU.i of the
is a btf question nark ovei nearly itandord of living of all sterling 1 ritiah jmblic. Swimming is one
every aapect of future outlook, are,, cOuntrtM to the level of the " appeals to all West Indians.
The name* rTicers Nipponese peasant. I should ex- out would it rppeal to any if
so far announced do not create plain thai 1 have BO i to swim across the Sur-
any violent surge of praise ai.il '"imnin tin- Japaneaft I '-e.ih.fast on a
opproval here but In MSstloO If I morning. Then it is barely
the feeling bWell It could have COtlld Dfl I htr ''BnI- mo>"* ^ <"f> " ,he ice
U-^-ti a l"t worse and so far only market -nu*rtain niul "nl J "* broken and the
two of the Taft disciple* are on rMttaUc ftpprei cr neither looks nor is clean,
the list. As a policy of M':. Q would l- i [" "Popular in
is the pram of ..ll England and dea for the products ^y;< y countir out w-ncre outside
the RapubUcan Party are unlikely of everyone ir h rwever, the "* I'nKun would there be a motor
to lower tariff the outlook is not sterling tit built before
without gloom. How far the Com- BUR r- !** w" I^T.^BhS,^0
monwcHlth Prime Ministers Con- ptttata and no market for sterung *rm H>0Pi"r*^ f^J^0" "T*
rerence will l^ able U dispel any Poct 1* to be granted, the pri- ^ n' f" *Ir. ^J-1 ft**** w_tl
of that gloon remains to be gaga " Bto * ? *!** """J^Xr ^1!
Everyone Is hoping for the best or must become the moving factor th*' ,*urf ,*" ^*,:%JI*am
unit West Indians should be for the Commonwealth. It is too In*cnin oe real WdUTe.
pleased to m>iv thut they have much to hope that by dosing Th^-^ j . dflub*. tK-* what-
rce, can spea* eWr Jota QOam Boll mary lack
:ome into their own and will havi
their own representatives and
with one .
longer wiU the> have to depend <"1d to World Conference Th* iT^ Itlsfa rf TTi in
solely on the Colonial Offlee would have as its objeeuve a eosa- ^ZZ-J^*^\.T. "*^S
Buyers* Market
prehensive policy of world
in which eessunarca casaVt
perly regulalsg. Iron vni r%
Looking back over the past year counrrtas should nag be ncaakd ^Tegt ^^
there is .: u on that account any more tlaao *,(-
much stronger and that financial- ihouid S^u'.h Africa rjecause of ,7^', ,
ly we are much better Thera is her racial policy, certainly the J^l_^ *^sses- s>
tlso a further charge in Uiat sa most obnouous poUcy pursued by a^4^Br^ralsBrBBSBSB^ ttaVWaas
nost commodities there is now a any Governauetn today Surft a .------^."' .".^ TT,'^*
Huyer's Market and that has tend- Conferenca would have to be ~
cd to force down prices. There is economic and deftrutely not in a
one big exception and that n food dofsaM or g
Theie prices are rising and the '
trends continue to poLat upwards Y't I would r-
This is ihaps the bigge-t -nd UiiiiiasBHn ryad th* ** **** **"* "*
most acute problem facing; BrrUin opinion ttsM -.be man m trie street One Barbadian has recently
as a nation today The Socialists was acutely aware of ihe eeono- achieved what surety must be a
would subsidise food in order to mic ills that beset us. but had Wast Indian record. She is Mrs.
keep down costs. In hi* last no knowledge of Ge>grap.-.y. His ">.. *n tx-Mistress
RudaM the Toiy Chancellor of tha knowledge of econorruci is no of St Michael's Girls' School and
Kxehcuuer, Mr. Huller cut tha mor* er.bghtenr-: w- has become a rnouaar two months
sulxidics by half and reduced ledge or geography so West tar gaining bar BA-. at tha
Income Tax to cumpensate tha Indians need not feel too depress- University of London. Congrats
Increased cost of living. Although ed if their ai>p.voation of eeono- twice
the Socialists were highly intiral mica is less than that of "The R_. -,g Few" illollis
of ih.it action not one of their Geography and Carter
I* WYaffifr To Blaiiit' lor
I Soviet suspicion of foreigners
nn di. to
Russia s exlraoioinar* iounli>-
juk and climate?
rid Kelly. British Am-
lia:.'>adur in Moscow from 1949 to
IBM, putt forward this unusual
theory in a fascinating book of
diplomatic reminiscences, out
today "
Endlc*<. Steppe*
F. r generations there nas been
working on the Russian charac-
ter what he calls "the influence
of the endless featureless land
endless steppes or fore*ts
merging into (he tundras of Sibe-
ria, so that In winter i man could
travel on a lcigh from Ihe Baltic
to the Pacific with no obstacle but
the Urals. ..
"Instead of the feudal cattle
nnd the family farm, there were
log huts, tor ever being burned
down, Bttd every stranger was
presumed to he an enemy "The
climate tells the same talc
long, terrible Russian winter
shcrt, hot Russian sumiv.ci. a
'! ate of extremes.
"Al] these geographical and
climatic featurea stand out in the
1 Lhar.uKr inherent
instability, abnormal suspicion of
foreigners, the absence of lay
true sens,, of form or limits
Above all. the habit of rushing
\ kuentlj frOrn one extreme to an-
rthcr periodically pulling up
the roots and starting afresh
On the astonishing W9J
which Russia claims credit for
' [from penlcilllo
through jet engines, steamboats,
radic and radar to the discovery
I South Pole). Sir David has
thi* to say:
"It pro\-e-i the existence of an
enormetal senaa of Inferiority
which the authorities feel must
be dealt with on a large scale
Aji! it shows to whst a point
(they) rely on the simplicity and
Isolation of their audici.<
This national Inferiority com-
play out"
other muntrics for Imagined
diplomatic slights
Ejonuid Moscow would not
say whether Sir David Kelly's
appointment as ambassador was
approved fa derision usually
I week .r tw.
lays
ll.is was exactly the same time
it had taken London to agree on
ICussia
Hy I......s I ..si..
accepting Zar-Jbin u Sovtci Ant-
basaador to Britain a delay due
o l.i: haviaac been lDVOl< I
i Hdli
Wh
. er
th hi
Belg.au
chef, an English butler


c< n.mii!i;T\

Oil hi* f. hi under-
graduate m IKl.f
Ua with
sen Now the
. a fortress, .f..
mat: were forbidden to travel
thiough "very large areas of tho
Even the 100 or so |
Russians professors. U
Srho had ill quite
n allowed to ac-
cept brVltaUona to foreign cm-
batsles had been warned off.
A hundred invitation? miftst B0
to Russian gue-U for a party to
cme nutioniil :
ly -a maximum
of 20 would be allowc.t
tirelv of
cfflc.aU of the ifauatTJ FOt>
eign Affairs and Forces repre-
'
alley of isolation wa* so

did show signs of
tuned It was
'
Cockroaches . .
.ore few other chances
"in Itrutlrr* .Stay :
largejarv Lae) t'hurvh
F0 raa Editor, The tdrocnte

iimy Ailvocaic of IVcen.ber 8th .
"Pensant" advocates the building
of a Tt
Instead of a Theatre why not a
bigger and lietter Church"
Thmk of men dying and their
souls going the way of
sVsMBsf aV/aa/n
,: people. Man;.
including theatio
: tickets, and most do-
'T.urs, hut not food)
GOUld b,. ibtained only through
nment department called
ltti.obm. .
H with such mat-
ters as the elimination i
On this subject one of
colleagues had a long
iince which went to
I '
Burobin ended it by telling him
mo kind-*
one kind that
rould be eliminated, and one
kind that could not. His. unfor-
tu.i.,lcly. belonged to BM
class, -----
III-, Shadow
S.r David was constantly tailed
. pefeeeasea (some uniformed,
plain .lothes). They fol-
lowed hun to the theatre and re-
sat in the next com-
he travelletl by
train, waited outside the am-
rule he was Inside
When he protested he was told:
Wc have to guard the ombnssa-
dor. Of course, you do the same
for the Soviet Ambassador In
England."
It Is inter'sling to note that
when the Karl of Carlisle .irrued
in Moscow iMi a mission to the
(,/.,i as f;.r back as 1862. kW "!'.-
plained thai he was continually
billowed by a member of the
Strrlri He was told that this

This, Dr David feels, suggests
i srayi the Soviet
regime ha.* reverted to the age
rer the Great partially
il-
.. have something done to
the present condition of Clevedulc
Raitd
Since the track was dug across
we were ge*"'i a few h.n
ers of '" 'tich has caused the
icfllUng .he track to sink
..,...
this roo'l visit and see what you
can do to batter oondlttoi
,.nd out u in on-

HALDANE JOHNSON.
From NBWBIX KtM.rKK
NEW YORK
ACTOR Robert Mont^inu-rv. who one*1
staned in a film called "Unfinished Busi-
llsader attack by sime shareholders
of Macy's. the largest department store in
the world.
They have no (ault to find with his per-
formances in films or TV. But they want
him removed as a Macy company director
Store business is bad. Last year Macy's
paid a dividend of 15s. 10. a share. This
year it is 7s. And at the annual meeting
shareholders questioned the value of an
actor on the board.
WHAT, asked shareholder Lewis Gilbert.
does Mr. Montgomery know about merchan-
disini:" The president of the board. Mr.
Jack L. Straus, said several directors are in
the same position as Mr. Montgomery
Snapped Mr. Gilbert "Maybe that's what's
wrong."
,irt the 6ft elegantly dressed actor: "I've
been in the business and professional field
fi .ii -.ears. Whatever my talents may be.
they are at Macy's service '
Said a lady shareholder: "Thank you. Mr.
Montgomery Yoq still have the gift of the
gab."
SAYS drama critic Ward Morehouse:
"The prettiest woman on Broadway at the
moment is Rosemary Harris, of London" (in
Moss Hart's new play "The Climate of
Eden"). The wittiestBeatrice Lillie. of
London. Most promising young actress
Penelope Munday, of London.
And today a pensive-looking Clair Bloom,'
of London, is the cover girl of a national:
news magazine.
JOB OFFERS are pouring in on President
Truman. The White House sends the same
polite message to all: "Your letter has been
tiled." A hat tirm in Texas would pay the
President 90.000 a year to be its vice-presi-
dent.

EIGHTEEN frigates and 50 landing craft
are to be lease-lent to Japan to train a new
naval arm against possible Communist ag-
gression. The ships include some lease-lent
bv America to Russia in world war two.

PITY the lot of the drive-in theatre
operator in winter, when snow sweeps his
outdoor cinema and he has to close down.
But the owner of a drive-in outside
Washington announces that his ushers are
going to be armed with gloves, mufflers, and
snow ploughs. Spectators can sit snugly in
their healed cars. The pictures will go on
while cold winds howl.
*
JUDGE WflUs Ritter arrested postmaster
David Trevithick. of Salt Lake City. Utah
(pop. 182.000). and 25 of his postmen.
Their lift carrying mail to a sorting room
creaked and crashed so loudiy past the court-
room that witnesses could not hear ques-
tions.
The postmen (motto: "The mail must go
through") ignored warnings from His
Honour. He kept them waiting for hours.
lectured them, and dismissed them after a
warning that they would be arrested again
at the first creak.
.
RUSSIAN delegates to UNO have been
flrs Production is up 13 times. National income
In creased C3 per cent.
Since Russia is getting so rich, retorts U.S.
Senator Alexander Wiley, she should pay
moie towards UNO's upkeep. When the
organisation was formed the Soviet was let
off with 9.85 per cent, of the annual cost
because she pleaded v/ar devastation.
America was soaked 36.9 per cent.
Senator Wiley, who will be a powerful
figure in the new Eisenhower Congress, says
I.itors are getting tired of taxing
;h-ii people for so much while Russians
p;i\ so little

DRINKERS who take only two highballs
a day are on the way to becoming alcoholics
warns psychiatrist Howard Masters. They
are pushed over the line between modera-
tion and excess by unexpected strains in
their lives and inability to face a crisis.

BROADWAY'S "British Season" has ex-
tended to cinemas. Doing good business aftei
bright reviews by the criticsAlec Guinnes;
in "The Promoter," John Grierson's gallant
coal pit drama "The Brave Don't Cry." and
the brilliant "Sound Barrier." which may
well become a candidate for an American
Film Academy award. Joining them to day
is "Angel Street" with Diana Wynard.
Robert Newton. Anton Walbrook, and Cath-
leenCordell. % t'H

TACTFULLY, Hollywood has named the
new leading man for actress Lana Turner ir
her next picture "Latin Lovers." He is Ri
cardo Montalban.
Her leading man in "The Merry
was the Argentine actor. Fernando llamas
Before that picture Lamas divorced Senora
Lamas and for months was Lana's constant
companion. But now they are not going to
be married.
The studio takes pains to say that Miss
Turner had no part in the change of leading.
men.
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WEDNESDAY W I I MM I! U tHI
lt\KB\l'.S xnwii Mi
PAGE FIVE
ANNUAL EXHIBITION OPENS TODAY
Queen's Park Gaily
Decorated For Event
TODAY I Annual Inch
'. Put Many thounndi at
event last week
od weather.
ii r a in urn thi: siiiiw
Scout Notes
Two Vessels
Bring Fruit
And Gapra

Lad* Joy .,!! Itacrm-Acd

'
St. Lucia
Island.
i dv Jo* whh h


DMrwvai which ar-



I
A '
! Ugy. Clerk*. '
and labourers were assembling
tall* for Bridgetown Bl
have booths al this year's Exh.-

The number of stalls this yeir
Is nearly double that of last year
> wily decorated and trie
Jighting equipment OOJa
Bl :-il,,-f '
two booth* were being
i rtarday but th,
M
The sin.ill lawn opposite I

From early .n

nient was being arranged.
being covered
rhkh
I* from both
The Qua r V
which was floikind after lest wk'<
'urdened up.
ajtgr-
itli i IIJinUNT
were t,< ught Into 'he Park. Al- ST. JOSEPH Kill Mhl /
MM of 2.000 bags of Ihoueh n' ln ***** hunchw Uv
plriM 1'iin.iilpntiii 4
" reak on board the
QUr.FNS PARK wan yesterday bain*, made ready for th* one htindrad and aosad Aanaal I
Exhibition which opens today Hare agricultural equlpmsitt I* being arranged at a site opposite Us
lake.
.,.
the Ion*
year. I
Franklyn D. R. which I
I
The schooner also brought
shipment of 500 bag- of charcoil.
20 tons of firewood nnd a large
quantity of ereenhenrt. Captain
U H. Sealy is in command of th -
schooner which I
-
H IKIUM | ULU1 I I
canee.
h*"i*hv
ijo to |*to last night
w"> -stilt v-orklnp rtn the varlOU
'1
the 52 : i leadta i
general cargo ..

. :.. i
Face I .ii I in-.! For
"IV.ikm'ss AIkm*"
The pavUloa at the Princess
..ill get
luriiit; tin- DOXl tW
Three paintera it..r'.
there on
'
Fishing At Bathsheba
Below Usual Standard
Deemad \ Rogue
Vl*(l \ .i'-.jImm.iI
ihip \h a
A.tmg POl DLs-
"A 'Tied 46-
l :
. i
imttfi.-Miuth

owing *arrii'
- L,iTn-M.-i
tC. A. Poll
U 0 lOgAlU), I
ti J. M
\ littasf Uidy Cub-
r), The
on c ertlfleatg for the new
v M
hW presented.
I part til
> . t as
i Squanv
!
Worthing, the*.
. egaejg Leu t. ita junction with
St ), : .
H lit ti tta
I

i
ten mile.

I pim s,

. Ird It Mieh
rth IMdgjatovn (Beth--
I It i u ..:-.town (Si
P_C i, 7th St. .Mich**.
(Pine Mil! Cub Ihick) and the nrw
Troop a
Of November. Sth St
\ k| i Chvreh),
\ 11 nt ion is charge.1
vi,th the Mlhff. gtwourojjgfniW
and maintenance of Scoutini
-oundattes It car net
I these function*- with the least
ASTHMA
How to rase the strain in JO seconds!
\\"H1 \ ah gtjDJ Achma nukrs eon __
VV gate f-r breath, one Kphazsat /^^l
tahlrt limped (h; mouth . -he
Ufn ouuUv and. ^ J
her, It nihts M MOBUM nrSSemSPMda ^ ^ (
cun.t.iutcs the biggest danger fiom jir$<
Asthma' (pjj
Epharonr naCtha] wreral |hObw| I'aflfl
ag nit &> 'iraniU^, Ml
gemi-Ukn .uihuIju.kh g i;, Jg*
bron.hial iube. and in tan wiy pnanou. ease, normal hreathing.
The Bpharo'v- DMOBaM I Nothing to kitecfc
nothing !!,.. '. Qi ,n. x.
attack comes, iher; a aJay iimc i>. t-Vi* A*Cim. '.-.
For rapid nLMbI fnun A.ihmj. IVaachttta and BiotuhiaJ (aurrb
always sp a lupply ol I ph**vie taH I
FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
rrjiEKw

a i aavMNaioas no.
' B*l SB. J.a1 .-
' j i : la.
I :

. .
I ,i;,-iit a:.' th.
Idlng will i>e i .
fll'F.K nil iiuis I :;' durlnij thM
pairs.
n*keMs brought a 1.. on the
en -ankle dee'i"
.. ,
.....ti cutting; the
;iUS-

t and 1
The Bn*fcoo,i
rnand of Captain VV. Baor ond It."
local aaent* are S p M
& Co. Ltd.
nsnMc.iB.il......,,,s-.,.. .,!.., rSraHMffc
ihi'Li-'. n\ iKeh Men ii Aos last yeai '.imps.
Mr. W. Rain. en ol the Government .
tractor at Tent's Bn\ t.ild the Advoe.tr voi.t.Iiiv He aid
c.tehM both ol red Hying (lh wet "SS^-S*
perh.p butthbya
... .
w.i, roducrd to a minimum as 11 St..ii- ... ,....,..,..........,,.
roolt ol rough ." .",'?;"';
tn br hauled up ' ':" u
.-.ltl.|h tbUMWHlMU rough th. remain, ot the sheep .muu" \ V,
a, ]. weak, onlji Ihne boats found where thrj had besn lied Hm He a itch. Hayn
vfnturrd out. Aflrr Ullnl ,i ,
1 Mlllht a lewti and
When thr sra off Trent's Bay to Ridse road nnd killed mire He
It il- roufhmt larl wrck. I sh ep " thr note I i
Ashing boat owned by anas* Peaple ol tlio di.turt pay that
imjmod and \. oga happen nn- At i'-im! Btatlon u aearrh ten W i
fad. Two Boor board* were nuillv ..bout this tuna of the It I Owing t
Pottery Trade
lncrpatn>8
broken and part of the hull \- M P pig battowg tluft
damaged That dry ton boats dogs came from Cattle Wash and
rani out Thru etch am no li.thheba an.l that the dogs are
i 12 to 18 h/ina fish. aNatijtts uwnctl
the seaside hoii-
\lr Itamsny said that when
il i.....
v nn him.
i n
n urt that Haynta
With the Chi Ian
.. fortnight away iha Ub
Son pottery trodo ooar the
Bridge Is gradually extending Thi

Mv sail to town
and ll*h off Carlisle Bay A num-
from Bathsheba
nro at present fishing off the city

| that the sea off Buth-
pooa nn in si m.Mi
\w tioaUa
To Be l-llll' h their kiioMii-tiii n( xgaTgritnci
\ .
i etnig th
I :
P a L. a bill
F J Colt, .1 P the Honi.i-ai:.
Mr C It Lonj
\ I't I I
Boal]
FASCINATING
FITNESS When >ou buy Aetiev Mesh >ou
buy for youiU ihc spaikling good looks
thai go hand in hand with tuncM and
comfort. These well-cut, so cashable
blouses arc fashioned m Acrtcx fabric
with the wonder wcjsc Ipielalt)
designed fur m..
VOW feel **atm in (he cold and cool
the l*at when >ou wc.r Aortas
AELQTEX
....... '

KAMI
AOOBfaS
Film Chief On
Goofiu.ll Totir
a Koodwill i'
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...
I

irohaoog i"- hei>a in gonarally nuh .it this
creased almost daily and wider time of the, I men make
A pOttOT) .i pul I ;' "tches between March and
show. Ju,v-
uv only Bower pots nnd .. When Mr Ramsay is oneratlng
in. wore put i>ii show tm"
havo beei
added.
fish Plentiful
aamiaiuatj *, ,,,.,1.1.,.. vi^terday tiere were
Ni
Under the l\xr Relief scheme
in St. Joseph, women, whosr I t I*'" a*iiun* iitti --. .. _._ rprr."!! nV
husbands are dead nre Riven 5 lj'l-t'> rc.t-H UAY
K-gulai bate with th.'hes at . Aimii.. 'i-trh ..,,! |Ti/e
b children. In most -if "Uog '>"?
these eases, (there are about Hx) "' WJ '" ,,,ul lO-staf ..I the
- n are rUthortn ' ' ''IIL
Sui-h at-vltaura is given until ,,. ,- o Hon. F. C. Uutsoit. Ml.r. will
the ehlldren roach an age of it. (. \ Letrtbuto Iha prize*
tractor hauling'up boata ho "'; '"',"- ,pnirjirh
1 i- along a path- Joetph loM UW AdoOcon 1 AfrUlN I tAJ
way about tweniv yards from thu Wl MV Dl Of Mr. J. M
iwach. This path.- in Aaaoaaor f<-r '
need of rep;.u and when rain 29 inmatei nt thi st foaaph OODArtlMd bf
falls people who use It to get to CmuhI poulong are usual!) given (
the beach find it almost impu.^- torn- u,,,,^,,.,, ,, no.nte.l in the COl- M
ible. Matty | 1 Hra ^ Mr M. I,,U W8J appoHtUM
for a short stay
rs guest at the Ocean View
Mr. hoy wara
it n. w
I aftoi rain >' [,Tiy **-
Mr Ramaay thinks a solid road amme.1 bar the docto. to
shoui.i be conatructed aloni the wImboi th*
path the tractor has to travel. of pensions.

pi<
Bllon
Two Injured

Mrs. Clttens durmB ,h'cir 8pa
of the "Bat 1 Bay Street.
'-sid'-nts and
requi
menu without difficulty. When the tract a >< ,. ri 1 Evarton ltancr..fl o( Sn
at ^ong Meeliuf' rfKstiMmvd
Iglii m Iha market, ,h(. li:ithw >v. i,ut these did ..t.t
butchers pla>ed grnei of ]., | toag Than H drain m Tho
dominoes and
In Touch With Barbados
Coaital Station
,.. on..... 1
1 A.i. .n HihC
I time.
I at Mono-
11 umber of
hleh would '
incluHing
the well
known FtiKllsh classic by Alfred
t the An-
witat aehool Children in gliran Synod was held in the
The film stars are Cathedral Church House yester-
ORDINATION AT
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Wanda Hendrix And Phili)

din and hli Lairip" with Johnny
nd Patricia Medina ;>tid
Flighi to Mars"
Mi 1 -.Hired the
Caribbe.it 1 on iwvoral occasions
1^ his first visit to the
luring his
the vi
Iiv man. peopla that
1 .. Ha waa
certainly delighirxl to be here.
:mng.
At the meeting Rig lordship the?
Bishop "
liMiintrd Vicar o'
St. Luke's Church, and told the
Synod he will hold an Ordination
m M"tiday December 22
at the St Pariah Church
There, thg ROVd. Bd
.-I 1 hi .! .f Bl JOOOph will b"
|g pric t. and Mr. Ale,-
Tatnell, Deacon, for work In
British Guiana.
Pain .

by and If this is widened, less >ng .,f the Chamlx-r of Com- wen- I'V.' -*22J *
Uld s<-ttlff after heav. || now be hi
rain. Janti.' I ..... Khti 1 1
IHHiS Kill Nil FTP hl* aoi yVt b**!l "xed- Al xh<> U,m' "' ""
It was orlglnali> dl <
as ago dogs killed a the im.-tinK would be h-lti t'l '
.j Buaox Hill, bul dm lo / I
St Joseph Four Of the ,ln-.-,, Mil- Chfl Industrial Exhibition, ! I
ed belonged to M_dl>- Clarke ihe in-'ti':: Il.is Ix-en )*. p. ,i ic.. il .;.( < > u. h Villair-. St I'cter
Make Sure You're Well
PREPARED
H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD.-Distribu.0r3
Cook's .Measures . .M
Sandwich lins 8" .311
Sundwieh tins 9" .37
Icing Sets 2.11 Potato Kii.rs 122
Thr.-.' Tier Cake
Itovi s
:..::
<^>
Tea. ColTre. Sugar and
Rirr t .i...-l.rs (J)
Yorkshire l>ri|> tins.
10"
lll.l.._ ll.il. lins
size III'' X 8" 1.113
Etlair tins. 8 holes 71
SAMCANS
Kach at S4.55 A M.86
Bread Bins $3.17
Checkerboard tins .71
Kitchen Racks $1.76
Sponge Kran.es 8" .90
Hoves of Cookie
Cullers 1.32
Hound Cake Boxes 1.36
I lins ....... 1.16
Suiss Koll tins .36
S. allop Sandwich
tins 8" ___ 2.'.
Pic. Iran.es 9" .95
Janlr Toasters 4.38
Check Cats S, Is
7" & t" 88c. & $1.19
Icing Tables .82
Thrrr bottom

I ii........
. A ...
. ll.U li-.hu.
I . V.^a.1. dm.
OTMH,
A Welcome Qift!
Presentation Boxes of
Chocolates
Ciulhiiry tln.coli.lis $l..".l) 8.50
rr, Chocolate. .......... 1.32-111.00
ltom.tr,- ( In., ol.n.s .......... 1.37111.00
MOIKS lliili|.iness. Luxury, Pot ul OoU
Special tfer MAHASt IllStl CHI KKM.S 3.60 lib. box

KNIGHTS LTD.
HARRISON'S
- Broad St.
Tels 3142 & 2364
Slovo*
1.53
C A V E
s ii e i ii : it
A 1>.. III!
10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street
Wl SPKt IA1.ISI. IN GLASSWARE
AM> t AKIIV A COMPLETE ASSOBTMENT til
KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES
inclu'linr
CLBAI POUSBBD TI'MIILEKSC.T. TO I PINT
BOWLS II CBEAMJUGfl II IUGA1 DASINe
CAKE PLATES I NAPP1I I I BWRH Ml '
t'IIASTEKK \| SIIEKBLTS \l W.VI'KR BOTTLI S
JAKSi. AND I OALIaWITH METAL S( III WON COTES
And Lois ol Other I'selul llems.Plain and Ucc.rated
in Eine Swedish (;h.ss We Have
CIIAMIWI.M s I'lHITS. smiiniis CLABBTS I.IQCKSS
COCKTAILS AND ", PINT TIMBI.EKS
These are All Available in Plata or I Ii hi il t.rerk Key I'nti
Our Sloiks also include a comprehensive Assort...1 nl of
"PVREX" and "PHOENIX'' HEAT PHOOI OVEN (.1. \SSW.\KE
CTSTAKH ( I PS < \SSEKOI.ES. PIE PLATES, SOUP PLATES
I'TII.ITY IIISIIES Etc
This is a Itusv Period Parti, ulnry fur Ifo.iseu i\. sTl.er.
is so mini, lo he done. 1 ii 111.", more with all lb, Mttl
S I Ul E\|.ense it is VilalK NtMUUI 10 lluv lo Ihe Itesl
Advanlaer M..\ W, Than Mt K.ii.in.l Von lli.H
voi' WILL taWI ironi timi; axii >io.m;v
Hi MIOPIM.M. AT
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PACE SIX
IIXRBADON ADVIK..WI
BIRHM1 PBCPWBB l_.M"_
REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER
# l mi" l'..- whether moic or ton would be ],. ,,,..
of the Fit* CUii Cirri. ll.MO- required ,*. fh,
2.4001 *nd that of a Senior Clark (A) aMWretVtet inirndei.t
(I2.400-2.S801 in Trinidad. From th* rcmiioefitial return* TnnKla.i.
With the exception of lew HlbmitMd to BM i-y in*- Comma*- tnai Ihe I
potta lor which I have rec<.m- .ml House* In Barbados and a
mended icgradini fa BrttH ine salary scale
reason* 1 have made no provision m Trinidad I am aatisflcn
lor rev Won of salaries, as in my wi,ty cf S888 x 72 1.M2 x *
epMOB they are adequate both 2.IW would be fair remuneration
from a compenv a rttfe the Tr ni- nnn that appoi
nS

the *ann
Trinidad.
bad*
as those in jnoi t>
$1,200. whuh
thf difltrenee under Use arepowd
cannot be expected The fotlowinf i 1 ttl to $312. and
he scale of .mi Ward Sist*?i
I $528864
I has been fixed at1

ndatloi u
Chief Inspector
($2 lew,
".alarv
PMMnl House Allc
C/Uvtafl Alkr.
1
Tnr. iad
I
J.ltO
dad r a lariat and
.ni-.
tain
1 grade should be subject to the
Pild by teadrnc commercial firma fyl) win- qualification'
in Barbados
IMC Grd* Clerks- .T^, "Tt a
15 I am full, aware *'
icanon lor f'Xlnir II
this grade at $2,160 *a* for the
(..-rpose o* enabling an officer,
who r .lied to obtain pi^i
hM .* fairly high lalary to
]iv in tome moderate comfort.
1 am of UV opinion, however,
that the maximum is t.-> high
for ordinary clerical duties; for
that reason I hud contemplated
making a'recommendatlin that the
maximum should be reduced to
$1,880 and that | new grade of
clerkship at *1.800-2.4i>
introduced. 1 discussed the tent |>
tlve proposal with djelegalea o( the
Civil Service Aaaociation who
WJBfe not in favour of the change
They assured me they were urg-
ing i.ovorornonl to introduce
1
I91.MOX7:
-I.MO)
Proposed Salary
l*irvnt I
I
I eon* 120-2.400
2M 290
m 1M
i. ioi.tr Mpeed
M pt,r minute
shorthand Speeal
Hrcinoiion u> ooo at.16".
:Tiinute
Typing Apeed
50 words p-r m.ui*.
iB) TVPISTH
Station Ser|#aMi Promoted Salary
($l.200x:r C/Llvlng Allre
I 188,
A salary scale
( recommended.
HMx4i -i m
(1.104X48
-1.2411
Proposed Salary
f/Living Allc.
(IMMMI
1.152)
ConsUbk
(624x*H
-M0)
Proposed Salary
.'/Living: Alli'
Profotfrl Salary
(. Uvbst All.*
i';- I'.'... ind fire nri.id<-
\s*oclati<-ji ommended itn*
! the pot ..f I
peeler to )>c MlMtltUtetl
Jmyertor and tli* abolition of the
posts of Station Sergeant* to_ lie
Fire BilKBde And Prlwns
10 I have fell owed UM tua*
i- In Barbados of
adopting the Poll
Fir, Hrlgsde ilnf! Mai for Prison
Clerks4M x 481.201)
17. At present there m
in this group. 3 of whom OT
Market ( | laced the
Market Clerk* in the wule $624
48- I 20U
Tor Ihe remfnlng 12 clerks
propoee a 'alary scale of $624 x 44
system of examination by the l*i.*?*_2*
Public, Service CotnntMLosi lor LWWlptll* women clerks agaln't
the patting of bn: which In the whom 1m., there appear-
past were earn). oteMOlM In t" be dttrrtmlnauon in the Barba-
vleu- of that esWiteisnr | ,|o not dot Clvu S-rvice. No reoii.i.*ii.l-
propaee to recotn.i>ii(t ')- redvx> -non which I may make agim*t
tlon In the maximum I cannot, such dirioiiiiatioi. will be of any
however, guppofl 'he A*oria- avail as I have been made to im-
lion's request that the maximum dernnd that there i an agree- fobeUtueed &y Serfeanu. The
should be increased u. H.oiit. I m,nl qeiween the Admlntstration Commieiloner of Polic< doe* nol
mgested that the' m'nirT,lI" and the Civil Service Aasociatlon support the recommendation and I
should be increased fic-m 48J where-bv, owing to KBrcltj >! em- sligre the Cummis<.iuner's view*.
to $660 ($600 requested by the p(oymen, Io, ,#,, in Hbed.
Association) which would be ^} mn ar#. ajm.tted t.. the long
moreinllne w-iih the^.n.n..-uci.g d clerkehips. fev .x.emfax
Mi"\**x i?. W h'BWM beliu made In the case of worn*..
"'Under Kprent sc8.e an ffl- "" * verylong .erv,ce_
cer would ordinarily lake 22 years nave exarnlned MM of the
More the m^nm.., il .-..rhcl work perf-.rmeH by the.e clerk"
I endorse the Association'), view at the General Hospital and at th
that the period is loo long I Public Library and I am satisflr-l Mat
occoi.l-ngiv recommend the fol- that the present maximum salar-
lowmg sca'le which woui I ei should he upgraded hut not h
an officer to rr,h his maximum any means lo the extent of Hi. ......
in the ltth veer: very high -alaries paid to lone Matron Mental Hospital
660; 660 S40 x 7 1.128 (F n > grad. clerk*. A maximum oj
I.2M x M 1.680 iFH 81.44" N*ether with the cost ol
1.872 ft 06 2,160. living allowance won)., ee ade
otiate fir the duties p*,rto,*ied
Steno-Typisls4H0 x *R Tnlice
_|^M 16 In order that the general
16 StenotfpiiU are all paid V iosition ol the Police Tor.
the rate of 1480 X 48 1.200. in harioa vis-a-vis the Police Force
lepartmenls an ulIowi.ni.- In Trinidad may be fully appreci-
of $240 is paid to tlnee who act nted. I set oul heVeundei thi
i.nfldentinl ecretaj I > seftlol |h>1 of both colonies'-
been informed that generally
many do no ten as some Head* of I'
prefer to droll their minutes and Commissioner (Previously t:..u4Ui
reports In the ircum recommend '' Ihll gioup (44 in number) should b- divided into Asst. Commissioner
two tateaorn- Superintendents (PrevioulT
(A) Si (B) T>plsts 34 Asst Superintendents
From discussions which 1 have Chief Inspeetor ......
had I am of tht> opinion >' I
number of secretarlei could l>o Ing|
limlte.1 to 10 but it would be for Sub-Inspeetoii
the admlnistratioii to decide)
MJM 2IM
. ntni -i.ne
it* IM
MJM I.IM
ill -IJI0 III
turn 1.111
l.llllW HI' 142 III
l.fM \Mt
I 1J04I I.IM 114 141
1 Ml l}4
>ir ihf Trlnida,
Mb bfo(# Xht trxftl. iPfiMing
Tin- tUry Kale lor Slatf Nur<
CJrad. I
llrad II
(irad. Ill
I liava t<,'.mn.tidtl thai
at uniiar
21 Tin TV arr 4i Measenner. on
$3o4x4o720.
Th# Tuntdad rttabliaMmcnl ia
I .'i.tcr
( Liv.nc
Alk-
I
214S
2411
11-24
Total
Emoluments-
I
llllI.00S
J4 111
4M- 24
th* Bartnteto* CaUbll.hment .hould b-
No comoar-
able rank
Ortdi i
Otaile II
I
T20101
IM 7211
I I i v 11, w
Alice.
I
114125
114
Total
Fmo!umenl
t
134flu
578.34
He* Lovdiness For Yon
n. I'li.iiiii.iu: son1
Follow this
Stmplt H.auif Plan
Ilk PslntsMs* gee
,r. .1i. 1-r II Lu-
ll, t nM| Wings
mi ikM rshswUrs's fuU
Uxoieri-s ssssn'
TS. For bath and shower, ge
thcthriftv Bath *ie Psl
41
II 771
1.440
43
ATTEWDAMT*. CARs-TAKERS.
OATEKEEPEk. PORTE***
22. There are a number of the future on the understanding tha:
above-mentioned employee* ... qualified teacher at areseni us
varying scales. * service m appointment "
1 am of the opinion that "
DOCTORS PROVED PALMOUVE'S BEAUTY RESUITS
....^........'.-..-.-..-.-.-.-.-..-...-..-.-.'.-..-....-..-...---/..-^..--.;
SEMASTIf
Mead Teacher would enter the
$1,483
will
; that
i Tiiiiidad
in the Poli-e
Ofliieri elihoufh
. ........
for Prison OrTkers
u those paid
Nurtinl stnff
20 For Sisters and Charge
Nurses I hive recommended maxi-
l.'ir posti
impo-s.i.le with any degree M MBel n Ihe basis of existing
accuracy for anjone to determin- rangements (l.e. salary as Aissisi-
40"l 24 wnal ,hould * ,h* difference tK- "' Teacher plus the prescribe.
JJL a! tween Ihe minimum and ma-i- percentage) or on the minimum ut
JIT-J! mum of these posts and those of Ihe new mb .1 th* salary ph*
M74-IM6 a meseenger. I have aceordlnglv f*tXj*f*ttZZ?SuSi
----------------- tCioaped all these employ
scale of selary reeomm
>II be seen ., Grade II mesenier v
salarlei 7^>o
(A) TEACHKKS
F.lementury Schools
OECORATIVE FLOORING
J
TILES
ded lM * practice of having different
$480 *c*lM f ^alarie> for men and
women teacher*.
1 have made no recommendn-
iioni fni varlaUenj < scales for
Honour Oredugtes or Gradual.-
, miy be appoinled as He- I
Teachers of Elementary SchOOll
hould remain subject to Ihe
than those fixed for siml- Appendix II stKM m the case^ present arr-ingements Ml gaTl <*
Trinidad as the sal- r llicn leachers on the scale MM "" nPiT"an 1"it the appointment
23. My recommend at urn
tection with the revision i
icales for Tejcliers are set out In
_.jder the Turner Commit- "j JJJ,*'an(| women teachers "on"the of gradu..:- .c-hers
tee's Report for Matrons and m.-j,,. 0\ sj^*-l,0^ and tfH- vani- Elemrntarv SelumU is in Hn)u|]
"" tton in incremental rate* fo Hible expen.lit.n. f
women teachers I have made no " *wre that it
.. A i'.;int Matrons were lower than
Scales for the tho-e in force in Trinidad a* the
nptrativr statement will show:
nGeneral Hospital
Barbed"r
?8M
Asst. MatronGeiicr.il Hospital
Asst. MatronMental Hospital
Radiographers
Sisters ........
The Charge Nurses m Trinidad
.
;ite of Jinnl.iNR until recently
.-hen Ihtt
2.U0
1 6802.160
1.8202.400
1.4401.584
..i
reeomuvchd..lions lor WT incrMatl exceptional circumstance* that in.
, of salaries .s I consider she pre,- Governor in Executive Commit!.,
T tnt rate* adequate. The Associ.- m"v approve of the payment o
3.6OO--4.320 Ix-n has requested that Senior A- graduate (Recently're- eistam Teachers In Elemental/
C-aded from Schools should be granted a pen-
6004.060) aionable allowance of $120 p-r
3.1203.840 ,nnum and lhat they be requ
a i*io 2.100
Staff nurses' sa.-irie* In Trini-
led rroxn
two cr.id,
iliifiidii.
t
| Jin
4560
3.1203.8 411
i'h hou-u-
lce of $27.'.
01 ?n
Elementar\' Schools.
Under the existing regulation:
j Head Teacher who has served
(2.4843.204) 1o at ,hjr Head Teachers with "e"d T"chr n, '*rfld1 or *
2,4002.680 ik,., rieiH-ul duties Grade II school Is eligible for a.i
2.400-2.880 S;ch Bnliowame at the rate as wance of b% of the -alnry tor
n * wS^M,I?,^ which he qualified m the teachers'
did btit was atiftUxhMi i uiwier- scnl'p 'he maximum of which la
?^ndbUL:".;.b0,h,aT'. he' ' .""-!""-' ""??
rt-,ntroduee.l ,n the I ,r ml. rtjutallon I. IIM. I
,IHa recommend thereloi^ that any
1 am tint bam 1e:i.hr, -h..iild ., tnmpU-t,.,.,
rerommenn' Ih. .,-20 year.' aerv.ee l ;t...
Ill 1540-000 (til MM I0 to :,nance. Prnal .llow.nee- nr II0S pe,
IMS- Ml soMaon 'hl __ minum. The Associalton has re-
onl) tti.... quallntd in ml ..v..THl 1720. Head Teachers jre paid Ihe rerllfleiile or diploma of teaet-
In view ol Ihe difference be- salary .eales of yuahlled Teachn in of 1210 for an llonnin* flra man Lht .inn* of the Senior wlln a pereenlage addition D.- ! Of Graduate should be in-
Nuralnn SlafT in Barhado. and c0,^:t , lno ,radr , .,..,, maaad to MM I do not mppori
5.MSJ.160 Trinidad. 1 have recommended thai , ,h aiu.lMeil Th -. '*< requert.
.,,.,,. ,,., ... .... i| -.,., i p.,i, annmalie. and in many nj.t.i- ........,,, ,1 Schools
ft . .hit. lemi u-twoen the prea- ln inadequate remuneralion fof The Chief Matron and Srhoi.:
8I?0 enl minimum -.1 '. Sis', r (11.4401 'he re 2 IM 7 0"0 arid the preaenl maximum of a I have therefore reeommende I avlalant II on a hiaher scale of
:l.?S02,r.2tl marie Nurae (IM0I is 1480. I salary scales lor Head Tea.her. salary and thus .in nnotn.lv bad
am proposing: a maximum of 11.200 which would be applicable .i a) [In rale ^
T-inldod
i, .'in
The floor you'll want
in your home!
S,.i the Wonddrful range ol Colours and Floor dMlgDI
On Show in our St
TMK ACHICULTURAL SOCIETY EXHIBITION
QUEENS PARK
TODAY & TOMOKKOW
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Made for the first time in Barbados
SUGAR
ALMONDS
A
FREE
OFFER
Barbados Products Ltd.. the newest industry
in the island announce that they will be
displaying some of their products in a booth
in Queen's Park at the Annual Industrial
Exhibition TO-DAY.
JORDAN SUGAR
ALMONDS
Y
Packed in cellophane lib packets
at 72*. per packet
available
To mark this occasion lib
be given away Free with
packet that is sold.
NOT!
packets will
each pound
Not more than one pound will
be sold to any one person.
4
f Enjoy the Sweets made from your own Sugar in your own island
I


WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER II. 1M*
H1RBAIH1-, ,M>\iK.Alk
I'M.I SEVEN
REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER
Hum Cut,- *
md the
I iuild according 11
lh. dcatlgoel qua!
-it a* they art- to be n-
^^hded Km taacheti aa
afa' lion the .
^^MlMki a ill persist. In this casv.
^^E**v can Lh-
mm'.y r- UAed by the abolition trf
A post a It
^^fctCBlMt :,.i for M
aaaattutlon where thrre are lu-t
Creation of New Posts
* a comparative statement lh>
and those outside the Sei
<1)
fOMPARATI'. I
KCV SCALL IMl'LOYIl.S
Service
Barbados
Dailj
(Incl
Alice.
r
I. Recommendation! have
i received for
folio win* new poaU
I (A) Senior Supi. o( I
k.200 in substitution for I wt of
El
Recornmc*ndc| i>\ O r of police.
7 Inspectors of Police and
he reduction in the nu:nber of
orntables by 11.
Recommended by jv.
'irr Brigade As-<~ |
Principal Warder n
iiie equivalent to thai of .
* lice Station Sargeant.
Re-ommcnded by; Super.ntend-
| 'if PrlMM
D) Two Foremen Plumbers In
eu of 1 Inspector
Recommended by: Oiii.-f Engia
- Waterworks
1134
I 73
1.82'
1.821
182
Grade I

Labour*.
Grade II
Male
Labourer
Grade III
I. .in
Loader
Ordinary
it. itntan
i nim
Grade iv
Mataj
Rr-ad.i 192-227
Able
Seaman
Coxtwaln
Airport
Attend-
ants
Others
Grade V
Budne
Drive,
Grade VI
Engine
Driver
Grade V
Engine
Attend-
ants;
Grade V
Fireman 2.362.70
lal
tvea.
of Dept.
Sugar
Indvati
IX.:..
Wjge
Other
Annual
Wage
(IncL
Alice i
Itea the Colonial Fbm -. .k] amiag to the
Poalmaster's saUnr was increased ontin.. ns* a feat
hreaa n.rzo |o S5.2M Coat i in( sihswsn.
Postmaster been g- .nasal to the eaaarw aq>-
I a* the Post Office FW
and the Savings Bank is $5,760. ala ncca paid lo I
I regret that 1 cam
the Directors' recommendation*. ntanbM of lb* F
An adequate salary would be ted like, the member* of the
$4,320 . Lvsl Sen ...
\||,, ,,,,, but i.
Tolice Prparl.m-nl
M T1. ^aOowucM
ade Association has requested '** Kent Allimam e->
that all allowances paid lo the '''' Pt***enl aUonrancaa paid

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$3744*9 Station Sergeant L B>
U
I
(Unmarried)
$in: to
IIM mi
N i III
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SIM
|144
1120

$102
do.
do.
.:,.; LTD
655 749
718 740
2.79347
2.362.70
Th*. question of the creation of
Iditional posts Is outside my
reference but for the
it of the adminlstrjtlon I may
ite that I have given considers-
>n lo the praponli and with tho t,'ad' v
ccptinn off (D) I find there Is *?,"*
. merit in anv of the proposal jVr do*
As regards (D> If the admlnis- C2h.ie9 i
ion is satisfied that greater Mechanic 2 362.70
, In the department will
lit from the proposed reorgan-
ition. I suggest that the salary
Foreman Plumber should
at the rate of $1,320 x 72
On vi
Mechanic 2.79347
c;r ,.'.. VI
1' I-bOUT
Master-
r The Peasant Agricultural Asso- Mechanic |,
iciation have asked thjt .4 of their Grade V
l should be regraded aj Senior Carpen-
AjTicultural Instructors. This re- 2.362.70
supported bv the Civil Gridc V1
vice Association. The matter Cnrpcn-
on(. for the administration to **r *
onsider when the Annual Budget I under review. Maso- 2.36-2.70
!1
UNESTABI.1SHKD STAFF
Kev Scale K.iiiprovees
Daily & Weekly Paid
M i in i radM wttfe warn
tea paid outside the .
| tespect of some trades and indus-
Uwies by the Labour Commissioner,
, atie Sugar I'Toducers" Association
Maso-
Qrade \I
M ..i.
Grade V
Painter
Grade VI
Painter
Grade V
Fitter
Grade VI
Fitter
$10 0018.00
Weekly
II 1.44)
$20
Weekl>
and
under
1. $2.003 00
I. 2.003 00
The leason for granting mar- affiltier the Con
ried meinbei-s of the Force a 1 Mppnrt lite request thai icnl
624411 rent allowance was. I undei-s:
811996 due to the fact thai the)
(It) I'niforius
the Island and m fact are perlod-
490-444 icaiiy dUTerent
stations with frequent rtgul ,.
in tiie eataa ..f the Chief In- en
ton 1 have ' no> be I
intended then for subetan- In I
tiai nun .. s t thttr aali
and took int.. theii < Bta :., ^
rent Uowance two yean froni
ments were conumred with ihoae the Alb on
offlcera-aalariea to Trtrudad lam to* M4I |
Ihereioie unable lo support their pu/chase rf ui i
requeel For an) increase. ta reon why the tUow-
I an ; :uend anco In B
that f ol t'orpor- highei
als in. .{i be
brxiugh: into Una with the allow-
ances paid in Trinidad.
(t) Plain CtotlMg Ulsnruwe



\
The ROVEB TV
;i car with iho-c
linldeii v.ilue.
BMMltlal to
lajHanhli
iimtMinu ..."
All these ftft psfaill \\orlli iiulin^ ayh
panii.iMnt .i ton tnr iulo ihe lntHii- ...
Snutoih Ridtng
ImiM.Hiil.ile Interior
mi Iseaj < oinlorl
' "ncnl
lerin-
cat ili.it will
-Trover
j
I
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j
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ll -|-v '..|
Bet I'-'.u b i
Other Rank
Station Sergeants
arbedee IrlnWaJ \UlMn.
Mqaeat
Nil Nil $144
$624" Nil |144
Nil
A-hich i have pfopoted hould '
i .i" not rswonttaend an]
1 crease. If. bowevei ci
10 Ihe Hit ItBh1 of the-.-
Ilowancea then I recommend (I>) Allowiinies lo Ih'lei i\c
that the increase to basic salaries Th<- ullowan 2 793 47
2.362.70
2793.47
2.362-70
2.7SV-3.47
4
Serj
llul-,.1,..
$62.40
<$96 il
between
id $144
eaoreiiloa i
i;r(|ur-t
lit
$ltiH
384
From the foregoing cOmpai lUve ! much
Mo ... i u, ..n I-- ;h.i| the .,i,. ... ....
spector attached tu the DetecUve $13.
. io Trinidad. Ailowanoi i trtrnand thai the llow-
( other r.inks are meg ihould t* on Ihe eeJe 14
paid at rates varying between x $2 lo $10.
*"" ,: ' '") Hi.mI,. \||,m,....., foi
ing to the district to which thev wv:. ,. .,,
rned fi mi ., Uo-Jt v..... .... "r" ^""',-
""' > ked tli.it
gate
than the notional for Proficiency allowance reler- ...
- ..............--------............... lonliibution made on i>* h-.ll of red to io (ll hereof. 1 recommend r,l'*^.^'
SL Shi and a few wage rates compare favourabu u employee In lh. QoverTunenl that ,1^:,, procedure Ik- I..!- ":
Jher comrnercial ..undertaking* wlln ,hoge ,., oulsu(r Uu. S(.,VK,. ,.,,. t(l , ,(lU(1(t who.
afcotoveS tn'th. vZFk"^, *"' !> the ee of Coxswam abi.. ... the caee (K) Wtafclllf Allowance* "{';: '" ;,"^"Zi Z
Bara^maU^la^ln^n^ '" -M- lV,lhe Harbour Master of other employe some firms w.,-1,,,^ So5anc are paid | ,
KJ^CornSon^ f" rnmended that be should pay lx.us accord in,, to the ., lhe .mnum No ,..',.
Sent outside the service with ^ ",ioccd.ln_ J^ ^me grane as profit* of their undertaking su.4ialh.wi...... p....1 in Trim- ,. ', .,
WhUh comparisons of wages can ""' l-t,""h OtVfmt (Grade V). as Many of these dally and weekly dad. The raqueat ..f the Aseocl- .,,.
be made: [n | few of these'eases "1C Coxswain is responsible Tor paid employees in the Service, Btlon to increase the allowance t I have been able to co efilciemy and however, may not stay in the I 1- nfus-.l l->lh on ||S ,, Wl ^ ,,,,,,;, ,.,
Wages with those piild in Trim- -hscWnc of the launch. In view Service until Th. that h I of livinn Wl., s. ,
fad for Bimilur -1 thl' salary paid to the Cox- menl so tlu.t they nay not IllU- .dlowance has been ] td 1 ,,, h,. w ,, ,,: ,
, ,11 Trinidad 1 support the mutely qualify for pension; in Hie proposed Inen'.i-e m their lal- ,,, |h> j
As Harbados Is mainly depend- recommendation, the nieiOLtim.- thej reOOlva In art |
atii on agriculture and Is without | was informed by representa- act Hum that paid (F) IJi-hlinu Allowance*
iy major industrial undertakings. Uvra Ol 1'u Civil Service Assoc- Io others outside tho Service f"i It I n IM thai tha hght-
g_am or the opinion that in the blUOQ that workers in the Sugar similar amploymenl and natUT- Ing 1 for
or general labour the aggn- industry receive an attendance Of ally feel that in those dinVult increased from $:i to icontlve bonus in addition to time- the) are not idequately I ibova IP1 :
their wages, at rates varying 141 remunerated. raover,
to IS per cent while there is no In the clmin I ;- bafaj been Informed lh.it the
the returns sub- mend that ..11 addition..! two Qett
milled t. m. by the Sugar cents jkt hour ho paid 10 all I'tluce.! from 1
. the waga'rateg 1 in be rtW ,*roducCr*' Association that >uch o.iiiy ami araahl) paid ainplo]
llated to wages paid outside the* bonuf ' P"1**. nccept the In Drf ..ut in
iarvlce, it being borne in mind H-'tement as I know that in Appendix VII. I have included
that employees in the service are ,,lflcr colonies such a practice Is provision for this additional
! eligible for pension on retirement, followed. It mini be borne in paynV
While thoea outhide the service mind, however, that the sugar (/nrMuliIished Slufl
are not. wcrtrara on retirement rae Mnnthlv l-.l
1 the obove are set out in Appt
dix III.
Monthly SlufT Paid
From "CHher Charj-es."
27. Itecommen da lions in res-
pect of monthly employees paid
from Oih<-! Charge
bodied in Appendix IV.
Staff Whose Kmoliimcnls
are met From Special Funds
28. Appendix V reflects staff
employed by the Caribbean Our-
and the proposed
sragaa paid in the 11
I anent Service for such labour ,
hould follow closely ihe wages ,
pai fregards other grades, such as car- ,
|>enters. mnsons. palnteri and ma- '
1 .11 be re-
no pension or gratuity, so that
The rates paid In the Govern- the bonus payable to them <
ment Service are as under:
Dally Rafc C'-o-f. Auarcual
tor 1 Hotm Allow- Daily
rfostrlu a nee Wave
Grade I (Female $ c c. S c.
14e. 1 12 22 1 34
Grade II I8c. 1 44 2V 1 73
Grade III 19c. 1 52 30 1 82
Grade IV M -24c. 1.60 1 92 32 3a 1 922.27
Grade V ;-. -29c. 2.002 32 3638 2 362 70
Grade VI Service M -38c. 2 403 04 3943 2 79-3.47
The Civil ed the following pro
posals.
t'rrsrnt Batic Proposed Basic
Rales Bales
Grade I 14c. per hour 20c. per hour
Grade II 18c..... 25c.....
Grade lit 19c..... 2c.....
Grade IV 2024c. 28x1 32
c;t.,.;i v 25- -29c..... 34x1440
Grade VI .. 30Mc..... 42x248
I '
(I) Proficient \ Allowance-.
| V .- it
1 given lo lhe
1 ....
1 V 1 1 who show
1 il abllll or 1 1 ;"
.
A be provided foi .1
da C.....
11 ol Police.
Spvciali
1 ..1 varying rrom 4H t.
288 pe, annum to clerka, arli
.,. fli
1 othn
addition lhay are paid
mthly allowance of $1 M, H lug
by $1.20 each birthday to .i max-
imum monthly allowance of W. "
The AaaodaUon hat rvo^iaatad '"<;
unit in OctObai
(G) Allowance to Hand
(adels
Band CgdM are 1 rovtded with
Itaa, es"
. ,i t.. 1 osl pprox
win
I i|j-.rr the
(J)
Inspectors
--rgennts
Corporals
I .lea ...
ratal requested are re* -
SuhMslcnei Allowtince
ki
Icnce Alia
out hereui ea '-'i
Aflaasjlatiaa'i
Present ltmle Kenart
Nil
70c. mi
Oc. .72
41. .
arnalgainatetl PcimiinU Loan
Hank .md labour Watfarg (Houa-
ing) organis;tti' '
Governmenl BartrtU Bank
29. Tho Directors of | .....
hava recommended that U10 pM1d to Ibaoa adkll..... asBW
manager's salary |n> increased sliould be increased owing to the
from $3,840 to $5,040. increased pricee ol too
in the recent legiadingj by the v.'^ barajd thai Ihaac
MEDICAL DFPAKTMFNT
(A) KntMMi Alluwancca
31. Nurses at the various In-
stitutions bavi aaked thai the
1 tod and pro-
Ith uniforms
I ~ame cost of I
I .Ml Sri I
\ !. 1 teal that lhay ban
ill tin 11

111 Trinidad is $15

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and manulactures were up by 21
pert "lit over the pri'vn>u> tnr-'e
ROYAL NETHeRLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
All pra iicm (i tioei
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
VACAN< | IN llll OOVERNMKNl IMIllrXti SERVH'I
in
ciK-hers Headship tt 1*1

M
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Applteations are invited fn
years* tefKhinK experience for
School, Christ thunh.
Thr minimum professional quahni-<'
cate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance with the Ooveinm. nt Scale for
Head Tedkhers m Grade II Elementary Schools.
Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect ol previou* vacancies accompanied by a recent tcMintonial. All oth.r candidates rabouki
make application on the appropriate lorm which may be obtained
from the Deponmen! of Education. All aophrations must he enclosed
in envelopes marked "Aa^aoWoienU Bawrd' m ihe top lelt hand
corner and must reach the Department ol Education by Saturday
,13th Decamber, 1952 CiiIIiIh -re warned that f^araa-4--j Biaf
lead to UVIr aJasejaaliaeatkNi
Jrd Decemb. t, 19W
Canadian Natinnal Steamships
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( h known
Chtad] in Imli.-i m Ainu
I bill hi* election li iii nr.
QOOD EFFORT BY sol Til AKKRA
ONE "; the Boutfa Afiicana on havta
al.v... open in then name orlth | to the!
II Australia for
.'77 after tin- ittei had pul up 143 t I UM lo make for
.
,
AN ARCHITECTS DRAWING ol tlie '.laircai* and picture gallery of the proposed Imperial Crirket
Memorial at Lord'*, in London, to roauaemoraU incket.r- killed uj |aa two World War*. The *tte 1* the
diluted Racket* Court whirh will I* converted to provide gallery ua Zealand. Canada. South Africa. India. Ceylon. Halaya and tfar W< with th* scheme

I matched as the.v
cirefret Ken Forties
..vied he-

with hi- express deltv* I
! |g aektoolmaMb
ill COlUCT)

, ei testa*,
:
his countv
- ulies but
owted, be It for
Eaaei
- .th fire.
unit, did i la
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I'iKht liti
Kan I
Austra-
lian wh-kol-keeper -
-ther who made the supreme
MOrlftce irtMB '
Would haJW "'ii iii Ttal
There Opening
bowltr In A. B. C. I-angl.m, Iho
African.
Who plasi -mtry In
1 I'lllftlitlil r Hi- '>-
I!
i Dudlt) i
Nourse's 8prina>

I could . ihtm-
tar too naii
ms from
I
FILM SHOW
You must wear a
9 TWEED
/ I we bava tha hrst hi
They have
| with K
defeat a
The men fr
that altht
tin- Antip..... ban .itegorv
dismissal in a rruti rtei the foundation
laHhdMd
WHO Will. WIN*
That bemu i b of eon-
tiii.ii ifrlca "iii win but certatolj ,t (bey do not
very goo(I bul at doing so.
U foi Australia n, > u. make
UM '! th. K. 0 atUlt indibpoaed and were also
handlcnppe Be l). : -at and T.st i nik.t
is as neur to war ns anything ftlM M
downright fight. so that the mlefortui
not be recorded in the Ti I I rl n tht making m tl
it dim any Ul by BOUttl Ai.
RACEHORSES IXAVK FOR TRIMIIAIl MEET
NINETaUCM i iceho h left ihi
ship Baahopp mi Monday night. Thtat boraoi bavt goth aw
i.iiia,i *hon- tli'v a ill lake part in the forthcoming Christmas
meeting of the Trinidad rurf Club.
Barato leaving wen i Bwttt Violet, Apple
Sam, French flutter and Fluffy Hurtles which art from th* I
-tables. Devil' Symphony and Chutney from tht Ptarct stables.
H-.-iung Prinresa and Bella Surprl a rrom tht OIU Btablaa, Mi s a
Hlnnrht II <'nlmnlttis, Mr. Bourne's
Magic Cave Mi V. r k and Mr. Fted Bet hall's Test
Match. Abu-Ali. Supei .let. TirM Admiral, ami Silver JeL
South Africa May
Beat Australia
8 Wickets To del 189 Runs
i -'. i
BRISBANE,
South Africa have poo
ol beating Auatroila En the ftrat
i
With eight aaci nd innings' wick-
eta left, they need ih7 runs u>
win.
Without Miller ordered U
bad will. ^
ghl mijj'h
I'.inter for victory than Intl -
pectod In he. aboenee, their at-
tick took only two wlcktta ,'i
1 .>ur and .1 quertejf bOUra today.
'.^hiie South Afrui rnodg lM out
. 1 tin* :i37 runs thej 1

Austrnlin with two defeats m
al poat-war test* urr still fnvour-
.d u> win but South Alrim have
g chance of "P/lnjdng a major
tuiprikc especiullv if Miller can-
not resume tomi ntow
Mmh dtpenda on whethei Mi
Cilew and Funston. both
\de their flirt test Hfties
m an unniiished ttand Of BS, cin
their stubtwi
They came togcthei with two
down for 57.
1 m I Wftl With the
hall occasionally playing trick*,
's of spe^d
1 them.
Vlea Capiam KcOIra
sheet anchor of tho Uuilnp "e
bad been out of form 1
time and today concentrated
on defence
M. hg >o lai lieen at the
wicket for four and a half hours
.11I hit only three boundaries In
his 60 runs. Hut lu timing* hai
I ..Uuible to South Africa
I.- uK*ic>-
1 -.3 He hit [l 1
nor Doug Ring for two fours npd

RUl| a utiessful In
Ihl Bptl .: iiacked an uff-
; tide ibid with six ii..hi. i- and
j fad th, batamtn witb U
nd ti p .snlnneis on Q
' ami uti . ,iHi not
11-e to the bait.
Llndwall played suffering from
gastric '1 rannlna
iture, Should bo in
Miller i>r until lomorrow, South
iti
ovtr Aus-
' I r.
iihkit bttweon the t'-
1
anod
U'TNIlll .,.-..
Mil til 4IRII \ 1
a .(.f i. -i.t.i.. 1-
M -milll Ml INMM.s
sa
McDoiiald M-i >v i I -e.-ia it
IT
11 1 run mi. st
- 1) I'tiArM 1
III. ,. Hi. 41
Undwa.....1 oui m
II^IMlr. I. *1
King b
1 J..h....i li II
... 1,1 a
a
Total J77
MtU* i
Ill TH
..
Kudean 1 b.
rumlon rm
M'HH Ml IVNIM..
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Imperial Memorial Appeal
B> HAROLD MWrS
HERHAj S i^ ; uno tniliis more rnotrtoi leg thaw cricktl
Sr.mil ,in in.' Mm. j in London, when (1 Tjggj
match is m pnhjrota, win-thir \hv oppoattion ttv Australia,
West Indies. South Africa. New Zealand or Indin. and you
will hear poople recalling thr names ,(nd deed
pl*y*i And just if
ertcktten rwmtmbet their living, so they intend i
iminoraU' their dead.
It was in 1640 that discussions
began on the question of a -
suitable memorial lo the cricket-
ers of two World Wars. lord's
hen<)quarier- r.f ,1 icket at home
and the focal point of the
thoughts of every aspiring player
ii usly the
only place where it- could he
raised.
is were made by which
tht Rackets Court, disused for
quarter < converted to provide I
fallal | pace on two BOO
rare torttod !< ba -
aoetatad with the echeme, and.
h urabJa rtpUat ware forth-
coming from Australia, New /.<.-
land, Canada, Ceylon, India,
Malay, South Africa and the WM
Indies.
Many Gifts Made
By liH'i the mn of 8.000 had
rated from the capital
i. h ve of the M.uviei..a..
Chib for Ihi- memonal. hut at
tl.it time building diilUiillies had
not a ed and ihera was- fum i
delay.
Now it has I-" i
i 11- ii but tht cost hea
by a further 1:6.000 in spite of
modlAcaUona to the acheme. So
UM Herylebiiiie Cricket Club has
Uunched im Imperial Crickel
Memorial Appeal. There are clow
to ".000 members, and just J! 1
from each will make it possible
to honour, In Mtlng
i.f many tzallan! nirk-
atera.
i '.... i.. lit- ., pu> enti
numix'i of ptoturta of cricket
pounds from fnr-flung parts of
i ue.l,wealth. OlhlT gift'
have been made to the Club on
the understanding that the-, arill
be rnadt aeoanlbii
public while the Club's own relics
connected with the game will un-
doubtedly help to stimulate in-
tertal la |ht history and tradi-
tions of cricket.
Mr. Robert M*n?ies, the Aua-
trallan Prlmt Minister, who t
Cabinet meetings is known to
have had meaaagea pasted to him
recording the progress of Test
IWttchat, once described trri's
us "the cathedral of cricket'
When he was told on his last
vi..' t,. Lord'a "f the inamorial
plans, he declared riiat will I .
the shrine."
The inacripuon of the plague
which will be affixed on the wall
opposite the memorial staircase.
will bear toOM WOrdl
. many cricketers of all
lands who gave llu-n Uva Ihg
ceuaa of freedom "
1914-18...... lB39-4.r>
My memory often, strays back
to a sunny afternoon in 193H
v hen the white terraces of Not-
tingham's In nt Undue ground
, -uiaike Aiket in sharp iclief. It was one
Teat match days the
cricket <'' i.i iiui
gets all too seldom, due to the
fickleness of the English climate [
md. indeed, to the uncertainties
of the summer game wlmh ii-
hapa has a stronger but
.tii aflalra
other.
An "Ashes BtnigEae
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i lish iiv.ds .
S.r.C.k. Book Dcparlmenl
. I. li VltlllS4\ A to.
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